WITH GREAT APPRECIATION!
T.R.E.E. is grateful to Entergy for their continued charitable support of educating children from all of the parishes we serve to participate in Earthkeepers™. Entergy’s financial contribution will match dollars needed to bring over 1,000 students to the outdoor classroom to become Earthkeepers for life. We know that this partnership is based on T.R.E.E.’s ability to not only improve academic achievement in science, but also to provide alternative learning experiences in a fun and engaging way.
Thanks to Plaquemines Parish companies, Stolthaven & United Bulk Terminals for supporting their parish’s dedication to immersing every 4th grader in our Outdoor Classroom experiences at Earthkeepers™. Their generous contributions total$4,625.00.
Thanks to WalMart stores in Covington, Algiers, and Harvey for collectively donating $2,500.00 for more children to participate in our life changing programming!anies, Stolthaven & United Bulk Terminals for supporting their parish’s dedication to immersing every 4th grader in our Outdoor Classroom experiences Earthkeepers™ .
T.R.E.E.’s Heather Szapary discusses our recent Whole Foods 5% Day, T.R.E.E.’s work in New Orleans, and more on E-Talk with Chad Smith – a radio talk show highlighting educational and environmental stories from around New Orleans. Press the “Play” button above.
T.R.E.E. is coming to St. Bernard. At least that’s the plan as the Arabi-based Meraux Foundation has partnered with Teaching Responsible Earth Education to provide curriculum-based outdoor Earth education programs to the children of St. Bernard Parish. Read the full nola.com article here.