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Announcing the 2017-2018 Trash Free Lunch Challenge Winners

Grades of Green is proud to congratulate the grand prize winners of the 7th annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge! The top three …

St. Roza Hydrating Their Community and Their Future

World Water Day! March 22nd is World Water Day! As populations, economies, and productivity all expand throughout the world, it …

Join us at Verte 2018

Something special is happening on May 5th. Join us at our annual Grades of Green gala, Verte 2018, for an …

7th Annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge Finalists Selected

20 Los Angeles schools have been competing in Grades of Green’s 7th annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge, and have made some …

Educating through Resourcefulness!

Resourceful and Daring! Kanwal, a Grades of Green student in Pakistan, continues to impress! Last semester, she noticed that environmental …

It’s All Fun and Games with our New Mini Activities

Sometimes learning can be all fun and games! If you only have 20 minutes or less to educate your class …

Green Schools Taking On Wasteful Plastics

Straws and other single-use plastics have been quite unpopular this year- and for good reason. Why the Hate for Straws? …

Present On Your Favorite Eco-Topic in April

Did you know Earth Day is April 22nd? At Grades of Green, we celebrate the whole month, and encourage our …

An Eco-Tip From Our Friends At St. Roza!

Inspired by the blog post written by our L.A. intern Josh about air quality, our friends at St. Roza in …

Millard’s Environmental Ambitions and Global Connections

Nebraska’s Finest Millard Extension schools in Omaha, Nebraska, have made waves within the Grades of Green community in recent months. …

Air Quality: What You Can Do To Help

Hello! My name is Josh Kuha and I am one of the Los Angeles interns for Grades of Green as …

Maryland School Protecting the Water Shed

Francis Scott Key Elementary Protects the Watershed! Water’s importance to all life cannot be understated. Without enough quality water sources, …