Our team of four environmental educators work to cultivate relationships between communities and the environment. We provide knowledge, tools and connections necessary for people to work, play and learn together.
We believe that nurturing curiosity, developing skills to answer questions, a strong sense of self and the ability to lead is critical to creating a vibrant, healthy and engaged community. We want to create lifelong, practical learning skills.
We also believe that the best techniques to make this happen are through integrated, hands-on activities and inquiry-based education.
We are adapting to working remotely and are prepared to return to classes when the time comes.
Also known as Service Learning Projects, they are the most important component to the program because they give students the final piece that pulls together what they have learned.
Projects vary, but to be successful they must meet your needs. We will help you plan and can connect you with resources and community partners available to help. Past action projects include school gardens, recycled art exhibits and habitat restoration.
Sign Up Today! To get started, fill out the form to request a meeting with one of our educators.
Custom programs are a great option for groups like scout troops, volunteer organizations, civic groups and clubs who want to take action in their community. Programs are free available to all Pierce County residents.
Sign Up Today!
To get started, fill out the form to request a meeting with one of our educators.
Request a Program
For best availability, submit the request form early in the school year.
Fill out and submit the form
Meet with an educator After we receive your form, we’ll arrange a meeting with you, your team and one of our environmental educators. We'll discuss your curriculum objectives, timeline, our lessons and begin to plan your action project.
Schedule lessons We'll contact you to schedule your lessons and set the date(s) for your project. After that, we'll see you in the classroom.