Lilian Hill has a vision that the next generation of Hopi People will be healthy and return to the land. Through Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture, she reconnects all ages to traditional farming and ecological wisdom. This is Lilian’s story.
YES! recommends the Center Ecoliteracy for its sustainable living resources. At the heart of the Center's work is the understanding that guidance for living abundantly is all around us through Mother Nature.
Educators across the country are finding millions of dollars in savings through cheap and simple forms of renewable energy.
Nourish is an education initiative that celebrates food and community. Its food curriculum and lesson plans, short films and discussion guides, and powerful action ideas will help young people and their families, schools, and communities think about the food they eat and what they can do to make healthy choices for themselves and planet Earth.
OnlineNursingProgram.com's jaw-dropping infographic on sugar consumption reveals the not-so-sweet truth—Americans eat way too much sugar. Data visualization puts the statistics into context.
Alyssa Johnson responds to the winners of the Winter 2012 YES! National Student Writing Competition.
Read Lisa's essay about changing her opinions on hunting.
Read Stro's essay about hunting fair.
Read Jenny's essay about meat production and hunting.
The Cooperative Teach-in is a nationwide initiative that engages campuses with the cooperative movement through events, programs, and projects.
This Visual Learning activity will get students thinking about how we use plastic, and the implications of living conveniently.
A collection of education resources about "Green." From the environment to the economy, bring green into the classroom.
The Story of Stuff Project now offers more films that explain and inform. Check out The Story of Broke, The Story of Citizens United v. FEC, and don't miss out on free curriculum from Facing the Future.
Visual Learning activity using an image of industrial tomato field in the central valley of California.
Creative Change's comprehensive approach to curriculum transformation places food systems, renewable energy, urban revitalization, and other sustainability issues at the center of education innovation and reform.