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Science, Stewardship, and Storytelling: An Exploration of Place and Service-Learning

Conserve School 5400 N Black Oak Lake Road, Land O' Lakes, WI

REGISTER   Green Schools National Network and Conserve School invite you and your students to a week of service and learning in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Throughout the week, participants will explore our relationship with the land and how it has evolved over time. We will investigate Science, Stewardship and Storytelling through Ecological Knowledge, Indigenous […]

Food for Thought

Discovery Elementary School 5241 36th St N, Arlington, VA

This education for sustainability seminar will use food production systems as an integrated inquiry for elementary school teachers.   Health, science, engineering, math, social studies, and art come to life when we understand how the food we eat, where it comes from, and our role in growing it can influence our health, cognitive functioning, and […]

Webinar | Energy Education and Management: A Foundation for Sustainable Schools and Districts

GSNN Online

Hosted by our Western States Catalyst partners, this webinar will focus on two exciting ways that energy can become a foundation for your sustainability initiatives. In the first half of this webinar, Tashanda Giles-Jones, from Environmental Charter Schools (ECS) in southern California, will share how her team used Energy as the Context for Deeper Learning. […]


PD Collaborative Retreat

Conserve School 5400 N Black Oak Lake Road, Land O' Lakes, WI

The GSNN PD Collaborative is a consortium of service providers who work together to accelerate the implementation of education for sustainability (EFS) through curriculum development and school transformation. The PD Collaborative Retreat is an opportunity to gather together and learn about and from each other as we explore how best to work collaboratively to meet […]


The Power of Place: A Walk Through Time

Prairie Crossing Charter School 1531 Jones Point Rd, Grayslake, IL

Educators interested in attending GSNN's October site seminar in Illinois can now apply for available scholarships. Deadline to apply is 11:59 pm CST October 8.  Join Green Schools National Network and 2017 Best of Green Schools award recipient Prairie Crossing Charter School for a two-day exploration of the Power of Place: A Walk Through Time. […]

Catalyst Leadership Forum – Transformation Stories and Resources for Success

Conserve School 5400 N Black Oak Lake Road, Land O' Lakes, WI

The Fall Catalyst Leadership Workshop will take place October 19- 21 at Conserve School in Land 'O Lakes, Wisconsin. As leaders in the green, healthy, and sustainable schools movement, each of our Catalyst Schools and Districts have a wealth of information and resources waiting to be tapped. We are excited to have James Edward Mills, […]

Webinar | Transforming School Food Systems

GSNN Online

Many solutions exist to address the shift from cheap, precooked hamburger patties and chicken nuggets that have been the staple of school lunch programs for too long. This webinar will highlight two school districts that have taken on major reform efforts to make their school lunches healthier and in-line with the efforts needed for a […]


Webinar | Embedding SEL in School Climate and Culture

GSNN Online

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is recognized as a critical component of student learning, fostering skills and dispositions in students that are critical for their success in navigating an increasingly complex and ever-changing world. This webinar will feature two New Mexico schools that are actively deepening their SEL practice and tracking impact. Zuni Middle School […]

Sustainability & Social Justice in K-12 Schools | GSNN @ SXSW2020

SXSW Austin, Texas

Creating a culture of sustainability can instill joy and optimism at all levels in a K-12 school district. A commitment to sustainability from leadership can save costs and reduce ecological impacts; and enhance social, emotional, and physical health of all who work, learn and play in our schools. However, the potential impact on social justice […]