Youth Resource Library
The H-E-B/Central Market Youth Resource Library is an online listing of ready-made youth programs, lesson plans and templates available to replicate and implement in your community.
Tree Campus K–12 inspires the next generation of tree stewards through experiences that bring the benefits of trees to life both inside and outside the classroom. The program fosters positive connections between youth and the trees in their community and cultivates within its participants a lifelong respect for trees on a global scale.
Here’s a great family pastime you can do while staying safe at home. Download the mini Don’t mess with Texas Activity book and help Darrel the Barrel keep Texas colorful and clean. Teachers can even order a pack for their classroom.
A network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas!
Texas Children in Natureis network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas! Nature Rocks is one way they connect families with partners that offer access to nature, educational programs or healthy events.
Nature filled school grounds where children and families play and learn outdoors enhance community health
The Center for Green Schools works with school decision makers, community volunteers, and leaders to drive progress.
A green schools program combining effective green management of school grounds, facilities and curriculum.
Green Apple Day of Service is a unique moment to join schools across the world to celebrate the central role that schools playin preparing the next generation of leaders in sustainability. A school’s event is an opportunity to give students hands-on experience with sustainability, strengthening civic leadership, environmental literacy, and project management skills.
Information on a range of environmental topics, as well as the environmental laws and regulations.
TDA’s statewide Farm to School initiative provides Texas schools with helpful resources for building relationships with local farms.
The CPF Institute supports educators and increases their capacity to involve students in investigating natural phenomena, solving problems, and making a difference.
A nationwide program for schools and students that helps make recycling easy, fun, and rewarding.
REAL School Gardens boosts academics with experiential outdoor lessons and giving back to communities.
The SFC cultivates a healthy community by strengthening the local food system and improving access to nutritious, affordable food.
A program that rewards recycling and sustainability education, as well as providing feedback on personal habits.
An educational program that empowers students and teachers to help the environment.
This program provides educators with lesson plans on climate change to educate students about sustainability.
This program educates students about energy efficiency through project-based curriculum, saving energy in schools and building pathways to green jobs.
A youth service program to foster respect and compassion for all living things, beliefs, and cultures.
Lesson plans to help teachers inform students on how they can do their part to “Take Care of Texas.”
“Info Sheets and website links for waste-related topics such as “Anatomy of a Landfill” and “Waste-to-Energy.”
A program to inspire schools and education institutions to reduce environmental impact and teach sustainability practices.
Inspire students to take responsibility for improving the environment at their school, home and in their community.
Learn more about how Keep Brownsville Beautiful organizes their Youth Advisory Board, what duties are required, and what the board does.
Asvini Thivakaran received the Ruthe Jackson Youth Leadership Award from KTBl in 2018 for her environmental efforts. She recently created and launched an environmental educational YouTube channel called E-Talk (short for Environmental Talk) to educate the public about environmental issues