We aim to connect educators with farmers for Farm-to-School locally grown fresh produce.
Programs of Bluebird Market regarding EE in Georgia have included a community garden, Edible Schoolyard, Farm-to-School efforts, Annual Earth Day Thomaston event with green scavenger hunt, and numerous children’s activities and classes on friendly insects, gardening, Callaway Blue Spring Water and recycling with Greensun Recycling.
We invite you to Register today!
National Environmental Education Week (EE Week, www.eeweek.org) connects educators with environmental resources to promote K-12 students’ understanding of the environment. Held each year the week before Earth Day, EE Week is the nation’s largest environmental education event.
Our nation’s water and energy resources are increasingly relevant topics of discussion in today’s media, classrooms and homes. Recognizing the importance of conserving both water and energy in order to protect the planet and reduce costs, and acknowledging the interdependence between water and energy, EE Week’s 2010 theme is Be Water and Energy Wise!
When you register for EE Week, you will join a national network of educators dedicated to increasing the environmental literacy of K-12 students. You will also receive certificates of participation, free online resources, information on professional development and funding opportunities, and access to discounts and special offers on educational materials just for EE Week participants. Register today at www.eeweek.org/register.