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School Habitat Design

Native Habitat

Grantee: Edison High School, Academy of Sustainability at Edison – Huntington Beach, CA / 2017 Project Title: Edison Habitat Design Project Grant Type: ecoSolution Description: Edison High School students are repairing their campus’s ecosystem, one habitat design at a time! The Academy of Sustainability noticed that there were several plants that do not naturally grow in…

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THE NEW ARRIVAL OF A YOUTH GARDEN IN the CAPITOL VIEW COMMUNITY GARDEN

Article by, Min Seo Captain Planet Foundation and FoodCorps crew members took part in Atlanta’s MLK Day of Service by installing a youth garden in Capitol View Community Garden. After harvesting and cleaning carrots and turnips from the last planting season, the team worked with community volunteers to build youth garden beds and plant them…

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Olivia Ries' NatGeo coverage of the CPF 2016 Benefit Gala

To Believe or Not To Believe… That is the Question Posted: Jan. 9 By National Geographic Online – Olivia Ries, One More Generation HI! It’s Olivia from OMG here. Let me start off by wishing everyone a Happy New Year and by saying thanks for relying on Nat Geo and the many guest bloggers for…

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5 quick questions with superhero Captain Planet

5 snabba med superhjälten Captain Planet Posted: November 3 By Sapir: Magasin (written in Swedish) Translation: 5 quick questions with superhero Captain Planet 1. Who are you, Captain Planet? I am the world’s first eco-hero.  I was an idea conceived by Ted Turner and Barbara Pyle, and in 1990, I was first broadcast on Saturday morning…

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25th Anniversary Benefit Gala Recap

  View photos from the spectacular night. Videos: HRH Prince Charles – Exemplar Award (accepting by video) Tony Juniper – accepting the Exemplar Award on behalf of HRH Prince Charles E.O. Wilson – Exemplar Award Ian Somerhalder – Superhero for Earth Award Hannah Testa – Youth Superhero for Earth Award Xiuhtezcatl Martinez – Youth Superhero…

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Our very own Ain Chike is feature in the New York Times!

An Urban Gardener Who Grew Up to Be a Planeteer Posted: November 19 By The New York Times – Patrica R. Olsen Ain Chiké, 34, is an operations manager at the Captain Planet Foundation in Atlanta. Q. What is the Captain Planet Foundation, and what is your role there? A. We help students learn about the…

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Appalachian Forest Heritage Area, Inc

Appalachian Forest Heritage Area, Inc

Grantee: Appalachian Forest Heritage Area, Inc. – Elkins, West Virginia Project Title: Watershed awareness through youth snorkeling events on the Monongahela Nati Description: Schools in rural areas lack strong connections with outdoor programs and do not have the necessary equipment or capacities to engage in such activities. In the Central Appalachians, small towns and communities are…

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