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Apply to become a Climate Reality Leader

Do you want to learn more about climate change and become a leader in educating others? The Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps is accepting applications for free training sessions in five cities in 2020.

The Climate Reality Leadership Corps is a global network of advocates trained to talk about the impacts of climate change and what […]

Try tapping a tree for maple syrup

Now’s the time to tap maple trees for sugar syrup, and you can learn how at two free Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) workshops this Saturday, February 22.

MDC’s Burr Oak Woods Nature Center will offer a workshop from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, 1401 N.W. Park Road in Blue Springs, MO. The workshop is free […]

Plant a tree, or a forest, this Valentine’s Day

Are you searching for a more everlasting gift for your Valentine this year? Consider giving a tree, or help plant a forest. Here are 6 easy ways to give this greenest of gifts.

For many, Valentine’s Day is a time for giving bouquets of flowers or roses by the dozen. The National Retail Federation estimates Americans will order […]

Join in the Great Backyard Bird Count

Amateur and expert bird watchers of all ages can help track birds as part of the annual nationwide Great Backyard Bird Count, February 14 -17.

To find bird count events across the country, go to Great Backyard Bird Count for a location near you. Volunteers from around the world count the birds they see for at least […]

Discover the secrets of growing fruit

Learn all about fruit trees, how to care for them and how they provide food security to local communities at this OrchardKeeper workshop.

Bridging the Gap’s Heartland Tree Alliance and The Giving Grove are partnering on this two-day class that delves into food security, food deserts, tree care and biology, soil and basic fruit biology, site […]