Meet fellow green team leaders and learn everything you need to know to lead a team of households in making the most of food for Earth Day 2021 (and have fun doing it)!
This 1-hour workshop prepares you to lead a team in participating in the 4-week “Make the Most of Food” challenge this April. The training includes tips for keeping the challenge fun and inclusive for all households, recognizing that every household faces different challenges related to nutrition, food access, and food security. You will have the opportunity to have your questions answered and concerns addressed, hear from teachers who have completed the challenge, and to meet fellow like-minded green team leaders.
Teachers can receive 1 professional learning unit for attending this training, 2 for completing the challenge, and 4 for leading a team that completes the challenge. Certificates will be provided to teachers who wish to earn professional learning units for their participation.
High school students can receive 1 community service hour for attending this training, 2 community service hours for completing the challenge, 4 community service hours for leading a team that completes the challenge. Students can submit the forms relevant to their school district to Audubon Naturalist Society for confirmation.
The Make the Most of Food Challenge is organized by Recycle Leaders in partnership with Audubon Naturalist Society, based on the EPA's Food too Good to Waste Toolkit and funded by DC's Office of State Superintendent of Education.
For more information see www.recycleleaders.com.