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Whigham Elementary wins top prize in ‘Dream in Green’ – Miami Community Newspapers

Meet Diego J. Cancel: Program Coordinator – Shoutout Miami

Whigham Elementary given a plant in every classroom – Miami Community Newspapers

FIU partners with Dream in Green to mentor STEM-focused high school students – Florida International University News

Students, teachers and Miami nonprofit are turning their schools green — and saving big – Miami Herald

Miami Students Tackle Climate Change, Starting with Their Schools – Nonprofit Quarterly 

Dream in Green tendrá una reunión virtual para debatir sobre la educación y la justicia ambiental en la comunidad – Univision

Whigham Elementary School event highlights environmental issues – Miami’s Community Newspapers

Positive People in Pinecrest: Daniel Rodriguez – Miami Community Newspapers

Senior-level hires and promotions for the week of July 31, 2017 – Miami Herald

Leading the Way on Green Schools – Southeast Education Network

Honduran student wins recognition “Presidential Educational Award” in the US – El Heraldo

Sixty-five local nonprofits receive $1 million at The Miami Foundation’s 2013 Community Grants event – The Bahamas Weekly

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Dream in Green

We are excited to announce an amazing opportunity for Middle School girls in South Florida! This summer, The Everglades Foundation, SciGirls, PBS, Zoo Miami, and Everglades National Park are all collaborating to provide a free, week-long program from August 1st-August 5th.

We are looking for 15 Middle School girls in the South Florida region to participate in this free program that highlights citizen science experiences for young girls. Applications are due July 15th at 5:00 p.m. EST. Apply here: everglades.wufoo.com/forms/mqtz4t00cfq47q/
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7 days ago
Dream in Green

Dream in Green has a 15 year history of providing free environmental education programs to K-12 schools. Enroll in the #GreenSchoolsChallenge for 2022-2023 and you will gain access to online sustainability curriculum, professional development trainings and mini grants awarded to schools. dreamingreen.org/dig-academy-application/ ... See MoreSee Less

Dream in Green has a 15 year history of providing free environmental education programs to K-12 schools. Enroll in the #GreenSchoolsChallenge for 2022-2023 and you will gain access to online sustainability curriculum, professional development trainings and mini grants awarded to schools. https://dreamingreen.org/dig-academy-application/
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June is #NationalOceanMonth. One way you can celebrate the ocean is by seeking out sustainable seafood. Read more about the problem and how you can select more sustainable options: www.neefusa.org/seeking-sustainable-seafood-how-make-smart-choices-using-monterey-bay-aquarium-s-... ... See MoreSee Less

June is #NationalOceanMonth. One way you can celebrate the ocean is by seeking out sustainable seafood. Read more about the problem and how you can select more sustainable options: https://www.neefusa.org/seeking-sustainable-seafood-how-make-smart-choices-using-monterey-bay-aquarium-s-seafood-watch-guide
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Ocean Conservancy & City of Miami Government to launch the first Circularity Assessment Protocol (CAP) in a major United States city. The study can empower the city in decision-making and answer important questions such as how plastic is used and disposed of in Miami, what actions can change the way it is used, how circularity can be increased and what materials/items end up on the ground and, ultimately, in Miami’s waters. oceanconservancy.org/ls/shores-forward-initiative/cap-assessment/ ... See MoreSee Less

Ocean Conservancy & City of Miami Government to launch the first Circularity Assessment Protocol (CAP) in a major United States city. The study can empower the city in decision-making and answer important questions such as how plastic is used and disposed of in Miami, what actions can change the way it is used, how circularity can be increased and what materials/items end up on the ground and, ultimately, in Miami’s waters. https://oceanconservancy.org/ls/shores-forward-initiative/cap-assessment/
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