Clean Communities is programming for awareness regarding environmental concerns. Keynote features for this program are education and outreach: Clean Communities Speaker Series, and Clean Communities Cleanup. The speaker series is a biannual event, which brings luminaries before a public audience to create an opportunity for learning and exchange of critical ideas and experiences. The cleanup brings communities together annually for an exercise to remove litter from various municipal areas.
E.K. Glass Art Exchange is an opportunity for artists to contribute artwork or services to WasteforUse in exchange for public exposure.
Environmental Learning Theatre is an environmental education program that uses art to deliver early learning education.
Public Engagement provides public opportunities for all to learn about significant environmental health issues through public service campaigns, workshops, and public forums.
Through collaboration with community partners, our mission is more attainable. We work with public and private organizations to develop relationships that support our mission. Get in touch to learn how to become a partner.
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Advocating a Healthy Natural Environment for All
Environmental Learning Theatre
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Education is our ambition and allows us to fulfill our mission. Our approach to environmental education supports enrichment for early learning and provides education opportutnities for all.
Several volunteers work with us each year to help us provide community services that aid with community enhancement. Volunteer your time to help provide community service that helps all.
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Environmental Learning Theatre is our featured education program. The program concentrates on early education, and uses art to achieve learning among student audiences. The program's unique method to education leaves a profound impact on environmental awareness among students.
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