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.
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 direct litter pick-ups to keep litter out of waterways.
This big tire was going to end up in the beach…sooner or later! Did you know that 80% of all marine debris starts as land-based litter?
So two Earth Team interns, the Zero Marine Debris Champions… got rid of it! Way to go.
EarthTeam kicked off the the 2015-16 school year by attending and hosting Coastal Clean Up events throughout the East Bay. Click play to watch our experience at Antioch Dunes with student interns from Antioch High.Read more
This past Earth Day we celebrated 15 years as an organization. Join us on Sunday June 28th as we get together with the extended EarthTeam family and friends to celebrate our humble beginnings and ambitious next steps with a picnic in the park. Click the image above for more info and to RSVP.Read more
As we wrap up our 15th year of youth development, we asked our latest class of interns what their experience has meant to them. From empowerment, to positive youth-adult relationships, their answers will inspire you. Click play to hear directly from EarthTeam’s San Lorenzo High School interns as they talk about their experience as after school interns working for a more sustainable campus and community during the 2014-15 school year.Read more
During the Memorial Day weekend EarthTeam student interns from many high schools throughout the East Bay got a chance to hit the trail, sleep under the stars and have a whole lot of fun in the outdoors. Click "Read More" to see more photos and hear about the tripRead more