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Edible Earth Parfaits
ACTIVITY: All ages: WATER QUALITY: Demonstrates the geology of an aquifer. Build an edible aquifer, ...
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From the Ground Up
CURRICULA: Upper Elementary and Middle School: AGRICULTURE: Food, agriculture, and sustainable devel...
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How to Make a Pizza Box Solar Oven
ACTIVITY: All Age Groups: ENERGY CONSERVATION: Tells what you need and how to make a pizza box into ...
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Its Electric
CURRICULA: Upper Elementary and Middle School: ENERGY CONSERVATION: Teaches about energy and how it ...
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The Quest for Less
CURRICULA: Lower and Upper Elementary: WASTE MANAGEMENT: Provides hands-on lessons and activities, e...
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The Water Sourcebooks
CURRICULA: All Age Groups: WATER QUALITY: A handbook of 324 activities divided by age group within f...
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The Quest for Less

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  • Conduct facility assessments, construct input-output model, identify waste streams and process efficiency
  • Describe best management practices, alternative technologies, procedures, and processes
  • Ensure regulatory compliance, identify and interpret applicable regulations
  • Research existing and new technologies

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