Giving Back – The impact of TREE

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Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education While providing academic challenges, we instill a caring attitude and provide fundamental knowledge of how the systems on the Earth work. Our programs also immerse children in a safe and natural environment where they are nurtured and can develop a deep appreciation for the precious plants and animals that live on the Earth through thought provoking experiential activities.

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T.R.E.E. connects with New Orleans Kids Partnership

Click here to take a look at  the 2014 Connect 2 Educate Notebook.  The reference guide, published annually by the New Orleans Kids Partnership, connects parents and educators to community resources for families and schools. Check out page 86 for more information on T.R.E.E. programs!

 

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T.R.E.E. connects with New Orleans Kids Partnership Amazon purchases benefit T.R.E.E. T.R.E.E. Talk: News from the Outdoor Classroom Peyton Manning gives T.R.E.E $5,000 for 2014-2015 school year Angela Hill learns how T.R.E.E. grows knowledge in radio interview T.R.E.E. students win big with GiveNOLA Day 2014! Dirty Coast Sales on April 20 to Benefit T.R.E.E.
T.R.E.E. connects with New Orleans Kids Partnership Click here to take a look at  the 2014 Connect 2 Educate Notebook.  The reference guide, published annually by the New Orleans Kids Partnership, connects parents and educators to community resources for families and schools. Check out page 86 for more information on T.R.E.E. programs!  
Amazon purchases benefit T.R.E.E.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education
T.R.E.E. Talk: News from the Outdoor Classroom Click here for our Summer 2014 newsletter!
Peyton Manning gives T.R.E.E $5,000 for 2014-2015 school year Denver Broncos Quarterback and New Orleans native Peyton Manning donated $5,000 to T.R.E.E. through his PeyBack Foundation.  The funds will be used in conjunction with other funds to bring 300 fifth grade students to TREE’s Outdoor Classroom in Covington. During the five-day and four-night outdoor classroom experience, students build their understanding, connection, inspiration  and confidence to make a difference in their own lives and in others. Click here to read the NOLA.com article.

Angela Hill learns how T.R.E.E. grows knowledge in radio interview Executive Director Heather Szapary explains the unintended benefits T.R.E.E. students receive and challenges New Orleanians to actively engage in Teaching Responsible Earth Education. Heather speaks as part of Ms. Hill’s feature on GiveNOLA Day 2014 – starting just after the ten minute mark. Angela Hill’s radio show, “The Open Mind,” airs weekdays from 1:00 – 4:00 pm on WWL 870 AM and 105.3 FM.
T.R.E.E. students win big with GiveNOLA Day 2014! give nola 2014 generic The results are in: 80 donations totaling $4,480! T.R.E.E. would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took the time to help us Teach Responsible Earth Education through GiveNOLA Day 2014. Check back in for more details on how your generous gifts will bring our children one step closer to understanding and guarding their most precious asset!
Dirty Coast Sales on April 20 to Benefit T.R.E.E.  
20% of all sales on April 20 are donated directly to tree!

20% of all sales on April 20 are donated directly to tree!

New Orleans’ own Dirty Coast is generously donating 20% of proceeds from profits made in-store and online this Sunday, April 20th, to T.R.E.E. Make your wish list today and visit Dirty Coast on the 20th for quality and comfy t-shirts, coasters, bags, posters – anything!

Purchases can be made online on the 20th at Dirty Coast online or at either brick and mortar location: Uptown – 5631 Magazine Street Downtown – 329 Julia Street.

PROGRAMS

Lost TreasuresLost Treasures
a full academic year program taught weekly in the classroom for third grade and on into fourth grade
Earth KeepersEarthkeepers
a three-day Outdoor Classroom program for fourth grade
Sunship EarthSunship Earth
a five-day/four-night Outdoor Classroom residential program for fifth grade
Sunship 3Sunship III
a three-day/two-night Outdoor Classroom residential program for seventh grade