GreenNotes

Celebrating Diversity is Not Enough

Celebrating Diversity is Not Enough

By. Susan Santone Celebrate diversity: This familiar phrase invites us to find joy in our uniqueness, inspiring many a workshop, T-shirt, poster, and bumper sticker. But there’s one thing diversity isn’t: a solution to educational inequities. That takes structural...

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Butterflies and Biomimicry

By. Karen McDonald   Reprinted with permission from Green Teacher #99, Spring 2013. Learn more about Green Teacher’s nonprofit magazine and books at www.greenteacher.com.

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Planting the Seeds of a Sustainable Future at Spark-Y

Planting the Seeds of a Sustainable Future at Spark-Y

By. Carley Rice, Spark-Y In many ways, empowering youth is a lot like tending a garden. Where a garden needs water, sunlight, and pollinators, a student needs attention, trust, responsibility, and encouragement. At Spark-Y our mission, at its core, is to empower...

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Farm to Table Rules at Lost River

Farm to Table Rules at Lost River

By. Marcia Schlottmann and Meghan Miller, Lost River Junior-Senior High School Students at Lost River Junior-Senior High School in Merrill, Oregon know where their food comes from. They eat beef from their own steers, eggs from their own chickens, and tomatoes raised...

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