The TIDE Freshwater Cup Football Tournament is an important component of the Environmental Education and Outreach strategy for southern Belize. Football teams mobilize the community - adults, children, adolescents, and entire families in developing and implementing an environmental project that allows the team to compete in the football tournament.
R.O.L.E's Mission is to educate, re-skill and create alternate eco-friendly jobs and business opportunities for women, thus enabling the poor and disadvantaged to make a comfortable income, while reviving the health of the environment and taking the pressure off natural resources for future generations.
To get all the food waste in our neighborhood out of the waste stream and into the compost stream so the compost can be used to grow more local food. Working on home composting, municipal composting, and commercial/institutional. Need to develop composting facilities and facilitate collection. We need the compost to boost community gardens
To get all the food waste in our neighborhood out of the waste stream and into the compost stream so the compost can be used to grow more local food. Working on home composting, municipal composting, and commercial/institutional. Need to develop composting facilities and facilitate collection. We need the compost to boost communitiy gardens
Today, Chewonki has evolved into one of Maine’s most highly respected institutions. Our name and reputation extend well beyond the state’s borders, and our work has gained regional and even national recognition. For those who know our programs, Chewonki is a recognized leader in what we offer young people and the results we achieve in creating lifetime stewards of our natural world. Chewonki has become synonymous with innovation; we are known as an organization of active self-starters who teach with passion and who engage our communities.
Since 1998, Ferry Beach Ecology School (FBES) has brought innovative ecology education programs to thousands of children and adults throughout New England. In everything we do — week-long programs on our coastal campus, outreach and day programs at schools, publishing curriculums and field guides — we accentuate the magic, mystery and wonder of nature so that students can better understand and care for the environment.
This project has been a grass-root effort to eradicate an invasive weed species, variable milfoil, in Big Island Pond. Big Island Pond is a large (over 500 acre) lake in southern New Hampshire. It is located in Derry, Hampstead, and Atkinson, NH. A decision by residents not to use chemical treatment to eradicate milfoil resulted in a grass roots movement to use a Diver Assisted Suction Harvesting Method (DASH) to remove approximately 100 acres of milfoil growth.