Giving youth the tools to tackle real-world challenges in their schools and communities.

Through our curriculum and programs, students cultivate environmental literacy and 21st-century skills, adopt sustainable living practices, and act as leaders and creative changemakers in their communities. EcoRise introduces students to the three pillars of sustainability: people, planet, and prosperity, and students demonstrate the social, economic, and environmental impacts of their sustainability projects.

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Check out the impact EcoRise students have had since 2015:

1,488,016

Water saved

3,898,214

Air improved

33,889

Food produced

34,551,791

Energy saved

502,971

Greenspace improved

6,841,274

Waste diverted

Student Innovation Projects

Ben Franklin HS Diversity Garden – Bird Habitat Blitz! – Breaking it Down –Bringing Berries to Brooke – Butterfly and Bee Garden – Cafeteria Composting Infrastructure – Chicken Life Cycle – Cleaning Up Our Pond – Compostable Cutlery – The Crayon Campaign – Creating a Stress Free Green Space – Indoor Plants for Every Classroom – EcoTrailblazers Cafeteria Waste Elder Creek Recycling – Erosion Prevention – Fresh Herbs for Everyone – Green House Renovation – Grow It, Eat It, Share It – Herb Garden Grant – Idle Power Conservation – Improving Drinking Water at Pace HS – Lake Ann Learning Garden – Magnificent Mud Makeover – Mini Public Library Design – Nature Trail – No More Paper Towels! – Plastic Is Not Fantastic – Rain Barrels with Solar Powered Pump – ReusaBottle Save the World – Rodent Control – Snack Time Waste Tree – Thirsty Bees – Vertical Gardening – Voigt Learning GardenWalk or Bike to School – Weather Station – What’s Your IAQ Score?

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EcoRise Impact Reports