Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Resources for Students and Educators
This link is will take you to the Ohio EPA Website. It has a ton of information that is super helpful when planning your own recycling program – either at home or in the classroom. Check it out!
National Environmental Education Week
National Environmental Education Week (EE Week), the nation’s largest environmental education event held each year the week before Earth Day, inspires environmental learning and stewardship among K-12 students.
The National Environmental Education Foundation, in partnership with The Weather Channel, has launched Classroom Earth, a program designed to enhance and strengthen environmental education in high school classrooms nationwide. By harnessing the expertise and passion of teachers and students around the country, Classroom Earth will enrich the high school curriculum by encouraging the inclusion of environmental education into all high school subjects – from biology to art – and make it easier for teachers to access best practices online. The primary goal of the program is to increase the environmental literacy of high school students and to provide models for including environmental education in high school classrooms through the Web.
Hands on Crafts for kids, Home of Fun and Creative Projects for kids 7-12.
Green Choices is about the choices we can make in our everyday lives to protect our environment, for the benefit of all.
Free Drinking Water
Water conservation can be thought of as the policy of reducing the use of water and recycling waste water for various reasons.
The resources here will help you find energy-saving and renewable energy products and services.