Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability   Teachers - are you ready to make this school year the best one yet? Apply for a Bright Green Future Grant and you can earn up to $3,000 for a sustainability project at your school.   Sponsored by the City of...

From the City of Austin Office of Sustainability and EcoRise - Aquaponics, chicken coops, and zero waste, oh my! Come meet the next generation of innovators at the 4th Annual Student Innovation Showcase at Austin City Hall. 20 student teams from across Central Texas will present their...

From the American Botanical Council - Herb Talks 11:45 - 1:15 JoAnn Sanchez, botanist, herbalist, and teacher of herbalism at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, presentation on Nourishing our Nervous Systems 2:45 – 3:45 Mark Blumenthal, Founder and Executive Director of the American Botanical Council Herb Walks 10:30 – 11:30 with JoAnn...

From the Sustainable Food Center - Help foster a brighter, healthier future for children in Central Texas through school gardens. This 2-part training at the Sustainable Food Center is for teachers, parents, and community members interested in starting (or reviving) and sustaining a school garden. We...

Sponsored Post - from Austin Youth River Watch Every year, Austin Youth River Watch transforms and inspires 120 high-school students through environmental education, community engagement, and adventure. Now they need your help. How? Austin Youth River Watch offers nature-based, experiential, and service-oriented afterschool and summer programs in environmental science. Their students, the “River Watchers,” collect,...

Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability Calling all teachers! Wish you could get more money for your school? Here's your chance. The City of Austin Office of Sustainability is currently accepting applications for the Bright Green Future Grant. School-based sustainability projects can receive up to $3,000....

Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability Austin is green and we all want to keep it that way! As a community, we’re committed to reaching the target of Net-Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, which will ensure a safe, healthy, vibrant Austin...

Applications are now being accepted for the Bright Green Future Grant, sponsored by the City of Austin's Office of Sustainability. The program is designed to recognize and support innovative projects that will inspire students to become lifelong environmental stewards. Schools can receive up to $3,000 for a wide...