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October 5, 2017

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This year, Alhambra High Earth Team has been tasked with assessing and educating the community about the litter problem on Rumrill Blvd.  They are working with the City of San Pablo and the EPA on the Rumrill Project.  On Thursday 9/28/17 the Earth Team visited the first litter hotspot of interest to collect baseline data in regards to the major sources and causes of pollution in the...

September 28, 2017

We are excited to announce that for the first time, EarthTeam is at Kennedy, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! The internship program started with a full day of recruitment, lead by Program Manager Jenna Topper, and the Kennedy Campus Coordinator, Joelle Alley.  Enthusiastic science teachers encouraged students to apply, and we ended up with an incredibly competitive pool of applicants.  From this impressive group, 14 passionate interns were chosen to be environmental leaders in their community!

Our Kennedy Team spent its first meeting getting to know each other, taking head shots, and writing...

Earth Team Internships Under Way At John F. Kennedy High School!
September 26, 2017

Earth Team is back at Antioch High School for another year of restoration and monitoring work! Phillip Drobnicki the new campus coordinator for Antioch High presented to over 10 classes reaching over 100+ students for these years program. After receiving over 30 applications we narrowed it down to 14 amazing interns!

Our team spent our first meeting getting to know one another, learning about the program logistics, gaining an understanding of our restoration sites, and created bios which will be posted on our website!

We look forward to another great year working at Antioch...

Back to a New Year with Earth Team at Antioch High 2017-18 Interns!
March 17, 2017

Join us for FOSC’s & Earth Team’s annual Litter March, where we will work together to educate and inform the general public about the negative impacts of littering by engaging community members, students, and local organizations & businesses in a march to promote environmental awareness and reduce litter.

We will be meeting in the front of Josie de la Cruz park for a short introduction and welcome. The route will be approximately 2 miles starting and ending at the entrance of Josie de la Crus park.

We...

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