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College Student Engage in Water Management

Check out this innovative project UCSB College Students are doing to make a difference!

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Get Your Project International Recognition

Anyone working on a practical environmental project aged between 13 and 16 years of age can enter for the Volvo Adventure. We are searching for the next crop of projects to show how young people are dealing with global issues and ensuring they inherit their own solutions, and not just our problems.

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Jan 19th National Service Day

January 19th is the National Day of Service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Project Grant Opportunities

If your school club is interested in pursuing a project but might need a little $$ to help pull it off. Check out these grants opportunities.

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Become a Rise Above Plastic Speaker

Become a Rise Above Plastic Speaker

The Rise Above Plastics (RAP) Speaker Program, founded by the Surfrider Foundation, has two simple goals - to educate the world about plastic pollution in our oceans, beaches and waterways and inspire and empower individuals to do something about the issue. Using a combination of online tools and classroom and beach education, the RAP Program offers training courses for passionate activists to become educated members of the Rise Above Plastics Speaker Group.

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Cool Ideas for Quad Projects in Sept/October

Kick start your school club activities with some of these great upcoming month events.

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Ocean Armor Exhibit

Ocean Armor Exhibit

While marine animals have many natural defenses, they are powerless against man-made threats of pollution, habitat destruction, ocean warming, and over-industrialization.

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EcoArt South Florida Project - Torry Island

EcoArt South Florida Project - Torry Island

EcoArt South Florida teamed up with local Belle Grade, FL students, the City of Belle Glade, the Lake Okeechobee Regional Economic Alliance, Inc., Torry Island Recreational Management Corp. and the Palm Beach State College (Belle Glade Campus) to bring EcoArt to the Torry Island Nature Park, located on a 640 acre island at the extreme southern end of Lake Okeechobee.

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Grants for Student Projects

The Water Planet Challenge Grants are available in the form of NEA Foundation Student Achievement Grants to middle and high school public educators.

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Take Photo: Meet the Moment with CLIF Bar

Help protect the places we play with one of you favorite photos. It's that simple.

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