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.


I thought the pacing of the program was excellent – kept the students on their toes and ready for any surprises – also teaching them when they don’t know they were being taught is something I work on every day – you did a fantastic job of this! I hope Johnson will be able to come in future years.

Neal Manor (teacher)




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