New Virtual Student Guide for the Rocky Mountain Wolf Quest!

Staring into the eye of a wolf

On Nov. 3, Colorado citizens will be voting on a ballot initiative to require Colorado Parks and Wildlife to develop a science-based plan with public input to reintroduce gray wolves to western Colorado by December 31, 2023. But restoring a population that would serve as the arch stone connecting wolves from the High Arctic to … Read more

Fulton County Schools are Contributing Giving Gardens!

Project Giving Gardens: Fulton County Schools Gardens south of the city are joining the effort to fight food insecurity for Fulton County families! Oakley Elementary School Oakley Elementary School will soon be bursting with hues and textures! Beds are filled with a variety of tasty Summer-loving plants, including corn, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, and greens. … Read more

The Captain Planet Foundation comes to the rescue by reviving over 100 community box gardens

Watch one of our amazing Project Giving Gardens farmers, Lelo Jones of Outdoor Fresh Farm plant tomatoes at Sandtown Middle School. Read Full Article Our Development Manager Ashley Rouse and Fred Conrad of the Atlanta Community Food Bank explain Project Giving Gardens, the program we’ve created with Food Well Alliance. You can join us in getting fresh fruits and vegetables to Atlanta families … Read more

Project Giving Gardens: Cultivating school gardens and feeding families in need

If you didn’t catch it live this past Sunday, please watch the WSBTV “People 2 People” story about how Captain Planet Foundation has teamed up with Food Well Alliance and Atlanta Community Food Bank to cultivate, plant, and distribute fresh food from CPF’s metro-Atlanta school gardens and FWA’s community gardens. This food is being provided … Read more

World Oceans Day: Free Youth Activist Bootcamp On Beating Plastic Pollution

by Jeff Kart / forbes.com If you’re age 11-18 and looking for ways to fight ocean plastic, you may be interested in an Ocean Heroes Bootcamp for youth activists that is virtual and (this year) free. Founding organizers from Lonely Whale, Captain Planet Foundation, and Point Break Foundation plan to hold a live, ocean-focused virtual panel on Friday, June … Read more

Earth Day Turns 50 with EcoSense for Living!

by The Scout Guide Lexington Earth Day is celebrating 50 years this Wednesday, April 22nd during this global pandemic. Meeting the urgent COVID-19-related need of educators’ around the world for virtual learning science resources, EcoSense for Living is now available on PBS LEARNINGMEDIA, through a partnership with KET (Kentucky Educational Television).  This amazing opportunity adds to the … Read more