The Show Me the Greenery podcast was a limited edition podcast exploring how young people feel about workplaces and other settings that do (or do not) show ecological concern.
From dreams of Belize to birding on Long Island beaches, from Costa Rica to Sweetbriar Nature Center, Tiffani Rushford inspires!
Winter Stars is a mythic tragedy that draws from Celtic lore, to tenderly explore climate breakdown through the relationship of two tussling brothers who, yet, love one another deeply: the Holly King and the Oak King.
Regarding green infrastructure, Angie Kim of Purchase College says,”We want to be the best we can to show other institutions that they can do it as well.” Learn about the college’s processes (and get inspired for your own) in this biography of a bioswale.
Eight children discover—and build—a world in the woods. It’s a world of imagination. It’s a world they don’t want to leave. One of those children, now grown, remembers what happened, in this short, original film.
Here at Poetic Earth Month, we seek to stir wonder in the heart, to inspire earth care. See if this “Sirens” video doesn’t stir wonder in you.
At a small farm in Ossining, NY, kids play in a garden on a wooden seesaw, watching as the movement pumps water into large green barrels. At Something Good in the World (SGITW), a children’s education program that focuses on sustainability and permaculture, kids are taught how to live in ways that value and take […]