January 3, 2017

Alameda interns finished the first semester of their internship by completing a lighthearted environmental PSA video about waste and how it can affect the the bay shown above.. Interns were inspired to create the video to show their peers, after conducting their very own waste audit. The data from the audit surprised interns and pushed them to change the numbers, and see significant differences by the end of this new semester. Interns were pleased to discover that their student body was very productive and accurate with disposing of compost material in...

January 3, 2017

IMG_2736 2.JPGAntioch High interns finished off their first semester Earth Team internship strong by presenting to several classes about the importance of healthy watersheds, litter reduction, and our beautiful bay in December! During the same day at lunch interns hosted a recycling drive and litter guessing game to engage the entire student body. All money made from recyclables was donated to standfortrees.org. Antioch Earth Team was inspired...

December 15, 2016


The Skyline interns braved some wet weather to install native plants in Redwood Regional Park with Friends of Sausal Creek on Wednesday December 14th, 2016.

FOSC and Earth Team staff taught the interns about native plants and why they are often the best species choice for planting. Compared to plants from other climates and geographies, native plants are the best adapted to the Bay Area conditions. For example, most natives are drought tolerant, an important qualities especially during our current lack sufficient precipitation.

The interns successfully installed almost 100 plants of a large variety;...

December 12, 2016


Alameda Earth Team interns joined San Lorenzo interns early this month to plant 20 additional trees at Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline in San Leandro. Interns were challenged physically in order to oyster_trailmapplant the trees, but the reward was far greater than the loss of energy.


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