Green education grows in California

Aug. 15, 2008
New 3 R's are recycle, reduce and reuse

Recycle, reduce and reuse is becoming the new mantra in schools as educators, politicians and parents push for increased environmental education and ecological awareness in California classrooms. Students today can be seen planting school gardens, composting leftover school lunches, learning about global warming and studying coho salmon populations.

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