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NatGen Board Members Focus on the Next Generation

Caitlin, Jessica, Elizabeth, Debi, MaxThank you to NatGen Board Members Caitlin Dudek, Jessica Kent, Elizabeth Wayt, Debi McGhee, and Max Hall for serving as judges for the 33rd annual Loudoun County Public Schools Regional Science and Engineering Fair on March 20. NatGen is proud to have been the sponsor for the Environmental Science category, and we are thrilled to be part of this important annual event to support and recognize the amazing work students are doing. Click here for details.

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Thank You, Sustainable Partners

Since we opened our doors ten years ago, NatGen has been lucky to have the support of organizations that are committed to protecting the earth by investing in children’s environmental education today. Through their generous donations of professional expertise, volunteers and capital, our Sustainable Partners’ substantial multiyear gifts have provided a tremendous opportunity for the growth of our mission. These partners are making the world a greener place to live, not only through their generous financial contributions, but also through their in-kind support.

   

Read more about our sustainable partners by clicking here. Conact Amy Newton if your firm is interested to join this esteemed group of leading businesses to help inspire our youth.


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Fore!

Picture 2 The Greater Washington Eco-Golf Tournament and Charity Auction is just weeks away and the field is filling quickly!   Join your colleagues from leading environmental, engineering, construction, defense, health and federal contracting firms on Friday, April 25, at Stonewall Golf Course for a great day of golf.  Sponsorships on all levels are still open. Bring a foursome – player registration is now open. Click here for details.


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10th Annual Green Earth Book Award Short List Announced

shutterstock_49125508-300x200Judges have selected a shortlist of books vying for for the 2014 Green Earth Book Award. The award honors authors whose books best convey the environmental stewardship message to youth. It is given annually to promote books that inspire children to grow a deeper appreciation, respect, and responsibility for their natural environment.

The shortlist includes titles published in 2013 in five categories. Winners will be announced on Earth Day, April 22, 2014 and The Nature Generation will bestow the award to authors during its 10th Anniversary Read Green Festival on September 18-19 in the nation’s capital.  Click here to see the shortlist.