July 14th marks 55 years since Dr. Jane Goodall arrived at the shores of Gombe Stream Chimpanzee Reserve to start her studies of wild chimpanzees.
NYLC Member Caroline talks about what can be gained by forming meaningful connections with those who might not normally cross your path.
In partnership with the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) in Costa Rica, Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots is offering one scholarship...
Western Connecticut State University continues a legacy of environmental commmunity work.
NYLC Member Stewart talks about these gentle giants of Florida.
NYLC Member Zoe writes about the difficulties that butterflies face and what WE can do to help.
by Anne Gilliland-Cheek
Educator and graduate student
Miami University and Denver Zoo Project Dragonfly
As far as we are aware, all of the members of the Roots & Shoots family are safe and managing to get by through this disaster.
Roots & Shoots NYLC Member Aislinn looks to members of her generation to redefine what it means to be “just a kid”.