WHAT IS GENERATION EARTH

The Generation Earth program empowers students in grades 6 - 12 in Los Angeles County to take action and address environmental waste and water issues. We do this by providing support for environmental service learning projects happening at your school, including personalized assistance that connects students and teachers with opportunities to learn content, and project resources such as community partners, toolkits, guides, and a free bus for project-related field trips, and funding opportunities. Generation Earth is a free program offered to all public and private schools in Los Angeles County. In exchange for project support, we want to know about your project and get your feedback about the program!

UPCOMING EVENTS
FACILITATING ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE LEARNING

Thursday
   July 12, 2018 
   9 am-3 pm



SUMMER INSTITUTE
Session Begins
Wednesday
July 25, 2018
9 am - 3 pm

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THE WATER WISE CAMPUS

Saturday
September 22, 2018
9 am - 1 pm

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REDUCING WASTE AT SCHOOL
Saturday
September 8, 2018
9 am - 1 pm

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TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROJECT
We want to hear about your project! Let us know how it went, send us pictures, surveys, and what resources you used along the way. Take advantage of your free bus!
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HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT

Campus Beautification Promotes Water Conservation and Reduces Trash!

Members of El Camino High School’s EcoClub were excited to beautify their campus. As part of the preparation, members assessed the soil to determine which native plants would succeed and got the plants donated. They created a promotion plan to invite fellow students to join them on their beautification day. Over 180 teens showed up to help care for trees, plant natives, remove invasive species, mulch the soil and pick up trash. Afterwards, the impact was inspiring. Sahar Hassanpour, the president of ECHS’ EcoClub shared, “I never would have imagined that so many people would come out to help. It was the first of hopefully many successful events for the EcoClub.”
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