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March 12, 2018
Attendees circling up to start the day.

On March 3rd, Earth Team interns from Richmond High School continued their work with the City of San Pablo to transform Wanlass Park into an educational urban forest. After weeks of preparation and planning, our Richmond High team hosted a community tree planting event, inviting community members and several other Earth Team schools. Though the weather was...

March 12, 2018
San Lorenzo High interns Aubury (bottom) and Bella (top) exploring the creek.

After taking a few months off from conducting tree inventory, it’s time for San Lorenzo High interns to get back in the swing of tree ID and tree inventory so that they can continue logging trees in April and May. To refresh the topic in their minds, we went on a trip...

March 12, 2018


At the end of February, our intern team from San Lorenzo High got up early on a Saturday to present at the 2018 Youth for the Environment and Sustainability (YES) Conference at Laney College in Oakland. The YES Conference is put on annually by Spare the Air with sponsorship from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. At this event, students, teachers, and youth leaders from the Bay Area come together to discuss transportation, climate change, and air quality. At this year’s conference, there were youth from all...

March 10, 2018


Changing the After School Experience

In December 2017, the National Science Foundation awarded Earth Team a 1.3m grant award for the ECLIPSE Project (Exploring Careers and Learning Informally to Promote STEM Exploration).

Earth Team will work with educational research firm WestEd (research)  and UC Berkeley College and Career Academies Support Network (training) between 2018 and 2021 to implement the different project components.

The main objective of ECLIPSE is to build capacity for engagement of diverse student populations in the environmental sciences and earth system sciences and to evaluate GLOBE’s impacts on student attitudes...

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