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Grab a Friend and Sign Up for an Upcoming Adult Class - Green up your Fall and Winter
From topics like Permaculture and Storm Water Solutions to Green Burial and DIY Personal Care Products we've got you covered for fall learning opportunities and field trips. Lots of NEW offerings to check out!
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| Categories: EarthWays Center Classes | Tags: adult classes, permaculture, macrame, no till gardening, sustainable learning, adult education | View Count: (301)
Concord Trinity Lutheran Church’s Storm Drain Marking Campaign
Read to learn how the Concord Trinity United Methodist's Creation Care Team did their part to take care of our watershed, and find out how you can also contribute to this worthwhile effort!
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: storm drain marking, enviroscape, clean water education, teacher pd, concord trinity lutheran church | View Count: (103)
Sustainability Institute for Educators Announces Keynote Speaker
Jen Cirillo of Shelburne Farms will be the Keynote Speaker at the 2018 Sustainability Institute for Educators.
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: sustainability institute for educators, education, green lifestyle, sustainability education | View Count: (271)
Science and Sustainability Open House | March 3-4, 2018
Recently 800 excited visitors joined Garden botanists and members of the Garden’s EarthWays Center and Education division for a rare look at the Garden’s work in plant science and sustainability here in our region and around the world.
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| Categories: EarthWays Center This Season | Tags: monsanto center, Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, Open House, science, earthways center, sustainable solutions, conservation, botanists | View Count: (640)
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Intern Spotlight - Where are They Now?

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Intern Spotlight - Where are They Now?
Check in with two of our past interns, Kenzie Conely and Julie Heck, to see what they have been up to since working alongside staff at EarthWays Center. Internships are a critical way we pass along sustainability knowledge to a larger community.
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| Categories: Volunteer Updates | Tags: volunteer opportunities, earthways center, sustainability and education, internships | View Count: (311)
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EarthWays Innovation Challenge: Waste Solutions

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EarthWays Innovation Challenge: Waste Solutions
EarthWays Center is thrilled to be hosting its first Student Innovation Challenge on April 14. Groups of middle and high school students will be asked to solve a mystery sustainability challenge and develop a working prototype of their design over the course of one day!
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: entrepreneurship, technology education, T-Rex, student innovation challenge, sustainable design | View Count: (599)
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Educators Train to Become Water Stewards

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Educators Train to Become Water Stewards
With every turn of the faucet and flush of the toilet, we use and dispose of vast amounts of water every day. We all certainly recognize that clean water is an essential component of life, but how often do we think about what happens to the water sent down our drains or the rain falling on our parking lots and lawns?
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: clean water, watersheds, Water Cycle, clean water workshop, Enviroscape, environmental education, earthways center | View Count: (639)
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