Youth blogger and International Correspondent Jane K. reports from Australia where Dr. Jane recently spent time delivering her message of hope.
“We are doing BIG people work, right, Ms. Gossett?” - First grade teacher Sheli Gossett and her "Neigh-BEAR-hood Watch Kids" are helping people and bears share space in Florida.
Fifth grade teacher Felice Clyne-Davis shares news of her extraordinary students and how Roots & Shoots helped to transform her classroom.
Youth blogger and NYLC member Rhiannon reflects on her experience with the 100 Happy Days challenge and how it can be used to inspire Roots & Shoots members to re-energize and build their own projects.
Finding My Voice Through Others
Youth Blogger and NYLC member Eliza talks about the importance of hanging out with yourself.
Youth blogger and international correspondent Jane K. shares her recipe for planning a successful event!
Roots & Shoots Service Learning Consultant, Kim Wynn, shares her tips for how to celebrate youth service!
Over the last several months, Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots National Youth Leadership Council has been promoting a special campaign to encourage and promote projects that protect wildlife and wild places in national parks across the United States. Their campaign included a video contest inviting students to discuss a project they would like to do to support a local national park.
Three common themes among the project ideas included:
Youth Blogger and NYLC Member Eliza reflects on the NYLC's conversation with Dr. Ellis Jones, an activist and advocate of corporate responsibility.