New Service-Learning Hot Topics: Community Gardens, Climate Change, & Hunger
Posted by on August 10, 2009
Like the plants cultivated within them, community garden projects are springing up all across the nation. They are being used to address a wide range of issues including environmental and economic concerns…
Energy & Climate Change
Climate change is a serious problem facing all of us. Service-learning provides opportunities for youth and students to address this global need in meaningful ways starting in their own homes, schools, and communities…
The following resources have been selected to help provide inspiration and/or guidance in developing service-learning projects that address the issue of hunger, whether at a global or community level…
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