The success of the green schools movement is due in large part to the relationships formed through formal and informal networks of schools, districts, advocates, and thought leaders, all dedicated to a common vision: that all schools and school districts are green, healthy, and sustainable.

Green Schools National Network (GSNN) is committed to fostering these relationships, as well as providing you with the most up-to-date, evidenced-based resources and tools that help you maximize financial and natural resources; improve the health and well-being of students and staff; and prepare students with the knowledge and skills for a sustainable future.  This is why we are excited to announce the roll-out of our first-ever membership program!

GSNN’s membership program is designed for leaders (like you!) who use sustainability to drive innovation in their classrooms, schools, or school districts.  You can choose from one of five membership levels:  individual, non-profit, school, district, and corporate.  Each level comes with its own set of benefits and discounts, safe way to buy ambien online some of which include:

    • Discounted Green Schools Conference registration
    • Discounted professional development registration and consulting through GSNN and our PD Partners
    • Free access to select webinars
    • A one-year subscription to Green Teacher magazine
    • A one-year subscription to the new GSNN on-line journal “Green Schools Catalyst”
    • Opportunities to highlight your work in GSNN publications

GSNN’s new quarterly journal, “Green Schools Catalyst,” is scheduled to roll-out in late summer 2016.  The on-line publication promises to bring you more in-depth content and resources from the thought leaders in the green schools movement than is possible with our GreenNotes newsletter.

I truly believe that the green schools movement is the most critical education reform initiative of our time and through the GSNN membership program, I invite you to become a catalyst for change for green schools everywhere.  For more information, visit the membership page on GSNN’s website.


Let’s lead the green schools movement forward together!