Green Up New England Challenge

Green Up New England Challenge

Created by Project Green Schools

The Boston Bruins and the Boston Bruins Foundation partnered with Project Green Schools and Walmart for the Green Up New England Challenge, which aims to develop Green Student Leaders in schools throughout New England. Schools across New England took the challenge and competed in energy reduction, waste reduction, water reduction, best green school practices, and best green community practices. Thousands of individuals across New England were directly impacted as a result of this effort and collectively we aimed to reduce carbon emissions and develop the next generation of environmental leaders. We were pleased to announce Epiphany School Greenhouse & Garden Ed Program (MA) as our GRAND PRIZE WINNER. Additional winners included: Best Green Schools Practices: Environmental Eagles (MA) Andover Public Schools (MA) Best Green Community Practices: The Compass School (RI) Lincoln-Sudbury HS Environmental Club (MA) Energy Reduction: Solar/Pellet/LED Inter-Lakes School District (NH) Campbell Recycling Advocacy Project CRAP – Campbell High School in Litchfield (NH) Waste Reduction: Deep Roots – Charter Oak IB Academy (Conn) KUA food waste pork project (NH)

Project Green Schools

Project Green Schools works to develop the next generation of environmental leaders through hands-on, project and solutions-based learning, community service and action for students K-12. Students work at the intersection where STEM meets energy, environment and public health, while developing sustainable solutions, soft skills, as well as college and career readiness. We believe protecting our environment into the future starts with students and schools.