Opportunities & Resources


Partner with 1% for the Planet (philanthropic business model with potential funding benefits)

STEM in the City (for students)

NYRP Tree Giveaways

John Carnegie Museum of Natural History Conservator Gretchen Anderson for the 4 week course Introduction to Integrated Pest Management. Silverfish will eat your paper materials, moths will eat your woolens and feather objects, mice will gladly nest in anything they can! How can you protect the collection in your care from this very real and very serious threat? Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic approach, using low-toxicity strategies to manage the threat. This online course explores the foundation of knowledge needed to solve pest problems in a myriad of situations that might be encountered in cultural institutions.
— Brad Bredehoft
Museum Study, LLC



Shrinking the Carbon and Water Imprint of School Food

SLOW Food: Gardening for Sustainability Curriculum

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