Dear Educators,

I want to introduce myself to you. I'm Lindsey, the new Coordinator for our Green Classrooms program at RE Sources for Sustainable Communities. I am here to help you empower your students to be active creators of the future they will inherit. 

I support teachers like you by providing fun,  hands-on learning opportunities on topics relevant to your students today -- like waste prevention, water conservation, and energy efficiency. 

Sign up today and our team of specialists will provide FREE in-class support and materials to help you: 
  • Meet state standards;
  • Challenge students to think critically about their use of natural resources; and
  • Empower students to be a part of the solution.

If you're interested or have questions, please feel free to reply to this email. You can also  read more about our program offerings, or  register today.

Thanks for the great work you do to educate tomorrow's leaders!  I look forward to working with you. 


Lindsey Gard
Green Classroom Coordinator
a program of RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
(360) 733-8307

PS   Through workshops, pledges, and action projects, we help students see how waste, water, and energy are integral parts of our everyday lives. Hands-on activities and projects provide the opportunity to brainstorm solutions and take action to promote conservation.  See what past classrooms have done, or sign your classroom up today!

 Water Conservation Fact

Did you know only about 2% of Earth's water is drinkable -- AND about 2/3 of that water is frozen in glaciers? Learn more at

Check out this song a 5th grade class in Georgia created with tips on how to save water.
Upcoming Opportunities

NOAA Marine Debris Program
Annual Art Contest
Deadline: November 30th, 2016

Help raise awareness about global problems of marine debris. Submit original student artwork for a chance to be a part of the 2018 Marine Debris Program calendar. S tudents in kindergarten through 8th grade are eligible to participate.  

A program to help teachers integrate conservation education into curriculum and initiate positive action in the classroom.  Read more.