Los Angeles County is doing its part to flatten the curve on COVID-19. As a result, all workshops are postponed until further notice. If you would like information about future workshops and projects, please contact (818) 623-4856 or email at youthleadership@treepeople.org.

We have transformed our in-person workshops to interactive virtual workshops that address the topics and project ideas at school and also at home!

For more information, please contact us at generationearth@treepeople.org or call us at (818) 623-4856.

NGSS by Nature

Service-Learning in the Outdoor Classroom
Use environmental service-learning as a teaching strategy to engage students in authentic learning, improve the campus, and connect classwork to tangible life experience.

July 9, 2020
9 am – 3 pm 

October 17, 2020
9 am – 3 pm


The Water Wise Campus

Addressing Water Capture and Pollution at School
Get to know our local watershed (where water comes from, and where it goes) and what projects support water conservation and prevent pollution.

September 19, 2020
9 am – 1 pm



Recycling and Beyond

Reducing Waste at School
Learn the impacts of waste on our environment, and how to improve a waste reduction or recycling program on your campus. Leave with project ideas including composting, E-waste drives, textile swaps, terracycling, and more!

September 5, 2020
9 am – 1 pm



Summer Institute

Join us for two days this summer to learn about waste and water issues in Los Angeles County, and how to address them with your students! Two Generation Earth schools will share their projects; a resource fair where local organizations will be on hand to discuss project resources with you; and we’ll be going on two field trips to the Hyperion Sewage Treatment Plant and Dockweiler Beach. Leave with tools, resources, and the inspiration to do projects with your students!

Wednesday & Thursday,
July 22 & 23, 2020
9 am - 3 pm

If you have any specific questions regarding the workshops, please contact Ms. Loyda Ramos, Generation Earth Education Outreach Manager at (818) 623-4856 or at generationearth@treepeople.org