The current status of small but important water bodies such as creeks in Contra Costa County is unclear. A variety of impacts can cumulatively stress our urban creeks and other aquatic systems and impair their beneficial functions. Nonpoint source pollution from the land that can flow into creeks include...Read more
The Zero Litter Project takes a service learning approach to leverage the creativity, passion, and leadership of today’s youth toward a healthier watershed. Students partner with school districts, municipalities, local organizations, businesses, and concerned citizens to collect data and employ strategies that reduce litter sources, raise community awareness, and complete...Read more
The Restoration Action Project is a curriculum-connected project designed to educate middle and high school classes in local restoration projects. The program consists of three or more class visits and two or more field days, and is often used to fulfill service-learning project requirements and to give classes opportunities to...Read more
People love to plant trees. It's physical, team oriented and the results are highly visible. These traits are a good place to start when designing any project for any audience, but especially relatable to students who often spend more time in a chair, working alone in a class that may...Read more
Earth Team is moving its offices to the Berkeley Global Campus at the Richmond Field Station.
We are already fixing the new office, in Building 155, and we will be open for business July 11th, ready to launch our 2016-17 Sustainable Youth Internships at 8 East Bay public high...Read more