Tag Archives: ecoTech Grant

ecoTech Grant

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09.07.2016

Grantee: Groundwork San Diego Chollas Creek – San Diego, CA Project Title: EarthLab Investigators Grant Description: EarthLab Investigators is a nature-based STEM program that increases the scientific literacy of southeast San Diego students from Chollas Mead […]

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09.07.2016

Grantee: Community Christian Alternative (CCA) Academy – Chicago, IL Project Title: Mobile Aquaponics Laboratory (MALP) Grant Description: The Mobile Aquaponics Laboratory Project (MALP) is a moveable aquaponic system capable of monitoring water chemistry through […]

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09.07.2016

Grantee: Appalachian State University – Boone, NC Project Title: EcoSensors for Mountain Classrooms Identifying the Obstacles to Environmental Education: Given the remote, rural location of many schools in Western North Carolina and a […]

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09.16.2015

Grantee: Lincoln Middle School – Portland, Maine Project Title: Using Technology to Investigate Urban Ponds Students observed, collected data, conducted research, and wrote about the water quality, plants, animals and other living things in Baxter Woods […]

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09.10.2015

The Ella Baker School – New York, New York Project Title: Robo Ponic Kids “My first apartment in New York City was 350 square feet, so I’ve always been interested in […]

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07.23.2015

Jenna Mobley (one of our Project Learning Garden teachers who also writes as part of the SAGES exemplary teacher group) and Robert Hodgdon (a recent EcoTech grant recipient from CPF) […]

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02.12.2015

Sixth graders are hard at work preparing to launch a high altitude balloon into the stratosphere on March 12th, 2015. The students will be prepping a scientific payload to study […]

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01.21.2014

  Thanks to a Captain Planet Foundation grant and the Ko’olauloa Educational Alliance Corp 40 Students at Kahuku High in Kahuku, Hawaii learned how to use computer arduinos (microcontrollers with software) […]

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12.09.2013

Season Three of This American Land features this Captain Planet Foundation grantee: Students from Kanab High School, located near Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument (GSENM) in Utah, spent the Fall […]