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Everyday Toxics & Our Health

An Environmental Health Chat sponsored by the Wayne State University's Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors (CURES), A National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Funded...

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Behind the scenes look at where your milk jugs and cereal boxes end up

Ever wonder what happens to your empty milk jugs and cereal boxes after the truck empties the big blue bin at your curb each week?

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Our Toxic Stuff Event

We wil explore the chemicals in our everyday products, their health effects, and how you can reduce your exposures. Bring in any children's products, pet toys, or other household items...

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Our Toxic Stuff in Grosse Pointe

Toys and other products your child comes in contact with everyday may contain hazardous ingredients. Come join LocalMotionGreen with the Ecology Center for a ...

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Ecology Center and LocalMotionGreen merger will create one of the region’s leading environmental health organizations

The Ecology Center and LocalMotionGreen, an environmental organization based in Grosse Pointe, will join together to form one of the region’s leading environmental health organizations,...

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For more information about our programs, please select a topic below.

Classroom Programs — Our experienced educators can visit your classroom to present exciting, hands-on workshops on a variety of environmental themes.

Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) Tours — Guided free tours of the recycling plant floor and rotating activities and themes every month.

Renewable Schools — Learn more about the Michigan Renewable Schools Program, a project that worked to bring programming about energy efficiency and renewable energy systems to schools all across the state of Michigan.

Educational Services — Past activities have included teacher training sessions and curriculum development services. Let us know what your environmental education needs are, and we will see if we can help!

Resources for Teachers — We have compiled a list of web links and print resources that teachers may find useful. Look here for some great curriculum ideas!

EENOW — Learn more about the Environmental Education Network of Washtenaw, a consortium of Washtenaw County organizations providing environmental and science programming to youth and families.

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