SACRAMENTO, Calif –The California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) announced today that $4 million in grants have been awarded to nonprofit organizations and federally recognized tribal
Interns from Skyline High school joined Friends of Sausal Creek (FoSC) for Restoration Day at San Joaquin Miller in Oakland, California. Restoration days help maintain
Earth Team Richmond presents at San Pablo’s monthly city council meeting and shares results of their 23rd Street litter project.
Pinole intern, Natalie Szumlas, reflects on her year with Earth Team and shares highlights from their presentation to Pinole’s City Council.
After a year of at home waste audits and sorting through 3 bin data, Earth Team Castro Valley’s project determined how effective sorting instructions and education is in reducing our waste stream contamination and encouraging proper sorting.
Earth Team programs empower urban youth to become lifelong environmental stewards. Students implement action projects that provide active learning about environmental science. They engage in peer-to-peer education activities, sharing their school-based service-learning projects with other students. EarthTeam’s leadership opportunities promote pathways to college and environmental science and technology careers.