This Summer, the Service Board (tSB), a local non-profit centered on youth leadership and mentorship, worked with us educate and empower tSB youth to take community action regarding air quality and environmental justice.
We have partnered with RecTech, a summer internship program with Seattle Parks and Recreation, that trains students through technology to better prepare them for college.
Did you know that when compared to the national average, Washington State has the third largest number of residents that were born in the Marshall Islands, with the city of Auburn where most reside?
How do you make connections to a place and people to understand their needs?
Teaching kids how to read air monitors as a citizen science approach.
How Can the Earth Day Movement Continue to Support Equity?