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Featured Project

Temescal Wash Volunteers

Temescal Wash Rehabilitation

Saturday, October 22nd

Over four tons of trash and debris were collected by the volunteers and City crews from the Public Works Department and the Department of Water & Power. The most common items retrieved were plastic bags, food wrappers and containers, used tires and tarps. This event has a direct, positive impact on local watersheds, such as the Prado Basin and the Santa Ana Watershed, and native wildlife. Not only are local areas improved, since these waterways flow to our beaches and coastal waters, everyone downstream benefits too.

Earth Day
Santiago High School

Location

Corona, CA

  • Participating Students

    100+

  • Completed Projects

    100+

Objective

Prepare a presentation related to an environmental sustainability issue. Discuss related issues and characterize the problems. Present solutions to other students.

Comments

Ken Pitts A remarkable day of creativity and effective teaching through participation.

Mona Dejoria I was pleased to see students so well informed and involved.

Photos Save The Earth

Save The Earth

Greentorch photoluminescent exit signs help the environment by using no electricity, no batteries, and last longer than other self-luminous exit signs. Gambassa's "Energy efficiency and exit signs" project curriculum teaches students how to generate income by using available utility retrofit rebate programs to replace incandescent exit signs. Earn while you learn.