S3 Episode 3 – Hope’s Garden: Growing new purpose at DuPage County Jail
Sep 29 2020
From environmental tips and important information, to partnerships in education and volunteer announcements, check out our blog for information about the latest happenings at SCARCE.
S3 Episode 2 – Recycling Extravaganzas: Building community while saving so much from the landfill
Sep 21 2020
S3 Episode 1 – Don’t trash it: Smash it! How to host a Pumpkin Smash in Illinois (#1 producer of pumpkins) and beyond.
Sep 14 2020
S2 Episode 20 – Your Old Bike’s New Home: An interview with Dave Gorman of Working Bikes
May 26 2020
S2 Episode 19 – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: RESTORE! Interview with Jim Fessler of ReStore
May 20 2020
S2 Episode 11 – Dream of Dark Skies: interview with Adam Kreuzer of Int’l Dark-Sky Association
Apr 15 2020
S2 Episode 8 – The Milkweed Effect: Interview with Laura Fanning, Monarch Enthusiast
Apr 10 2020
S2 Episode 6 – Can you can? Mary can. Interview with Mary Krystinak, owner of Mary’s Wholesome Living
Apr 08 2020
S2 Episode 5 – What do Books, Instruments, Flags, and Keys Have in Common? Special Collections @ SCARCE.
Apr 07 2020
Help Local Students in Need – Volunteer with SCARCE at the Back-to-School Fair
Jun 24 2019
Storm Drain Medallions: A Simple Environmental Service Project with Lasting Impact
Jun 29 2018
Science doesn’t Stink! Weaving Whale Poop through your Classroom Science Lessons
Aug 15 2017
No Food Left Behind – AmpleHarvest.org Helps Gardeners Fight Food Waste, Feed People
Jul 28 2017
Green Books for Your Classroom: The Water Factory, The Curious Garden, Winnie Finn Worm Farmer
Nov 02 2016
September Teacher Workshops Enhance Eco-Knowledge and Provide Hands-on Activities
Sep 29 2016
Wheaton Public Library Celebrates Green Certifications from SCARCE and DuPage County
Sep 22 2016
SCARCE Seeks Student Videos for World Language Energy Education Film Competition
Aug 30 2016
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