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  • Walk for Wild Florida

    I looked across the expanse of the St Mark’s River, and realized I was stuck. A ferry boat was waiting to take me across the river so I could continue backpacking the Florida trail on the other bank. But that would mean that after hiking, rambling and hopping my way through 280 miles of the Florida backwoods, after starting all the way back at my house in Gainesville, Florida, I would have not done my journey under my own power. If I took a ferry across, the…

  • Apply to join EarthEcho International’s Youth Leadership Council in 2017

    About the YLC   Responsibilities    How to Apply     FAQs EarthEcho International, an organization dedicated to equipping youth with resources to identify and solve environmental challenges, believes young people play a pivotal role as leaders in environmental conservation and education. The EarthEcho International Youth Leadership Council (YLC) supports EarthEcho International by providing valuable insight and expertise…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Back to the Surface with Schmidt Ocean Institute & NASA

    About   Panelists    Classroom Resources     Science Standards    Register February 1, 2017, 2pm Eastern For this cruise Schmidt Ocean Institute joins forces with NASA aboard the R/V Falkor to examine surface-level particle interaction between the air and sea, particularly the composition and distribution of particles in the ocean. Ocean particles include a generic mix of materials from terrestrial dust to…

  • Help Combat the Global Water Crisis this #GivingTuesday

    Today is #GivingTuesday - a day when people all around the world kick off the season of giving by donating to causes close to their hearts. We hope that as you participate in this global day of giving today, you will make a gift to EarthEcho to help support our World Water Monitoring Challenge (WWMC).  Our goal today is to raise $5,000 to help combat the global water crisis by empowering communities around the world to improve the quality of their water.…

  • EarthEcho YLC Gives Back with 3T4E

    A note from Ruby Rorty of the EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council: The holidays are upon us —we’re sure that your homes are filling with family and friends and that you’re getting ready for the hustle and bustle of the season. The EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council, has been thinking a lot about gratitude and celebration recently, a time of concern for many of us who are passionate about environmental protection. A few highlights have come up…