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Launch the school year with 9 eco-friendly tips

As the kids get ready to head back to school, here are nine ways to start the year with more environmentally friendly school supplies, clothes and lunches.

Before you head out to the store or online to buy new supplies, take stock of what is still usable from last year. Donate items you can’t use […]

Let kids plug in to new nature story time

A new online Nature Stories Around the World launches today with videos of children’s nature stories being read by a biologist and environmental expert.

Margo Farnsworth, author and biomimicry expert and educator, started the new online experience for children and their parents with the help of Sami Aaron, executive director of the non-profit, the Resilient Activist. […]

How can you “upcycle” old clothes into new?

Tap your creativity and learn how to transform your old clothes into new from an internationally known “upcycler” who has inspired designers to adopt a more sustainable approach to fashion.

Francisca Gajardo will be in Kansas City from Iquique, Chile in June to lead workshops at The Sewing Lab, a non-profit organization that teaches sewing and […]

Do something rotten for Mother Earth

Join Cultivate KC, local farmers, composting experts and Eco Elvis at Compost Fest for a day-long extravaganza of composting work, fun and education.

The day begins at 9 a.m., Saturday, March 19 at the Westport Commons Farm, 300 E. 39th St., Kansas City, MO. Volunteers will work until noon helping Missouri Organic Recycling build a large […]

Do you need funding for climate justice projects?

The Climate Reality Project will award Climate Justice Grants of $20,000 each for project-based initiatives that address environmental injustices.

In 2020, the Climate Justice for All Grants program was launched as an initiative that supports organizations and grassroots groups run by and primarily serving frontline communities for developing solutions to environmental injustices in the United States […]