Be the change - Save the world!
Mission: Teens4Green is a service-based club for teens (13-18 years old) interested in making a difference in the community by direct-impact volunteering in environmental projects. 
NTCRA Scholarship
NTCRA scholarships are available for the fourth year and the application is posted. Application deadlines are March 1st. Please share this information to your students interested in pursuing/ continuing their education in Environmental Sustainability at a college here, in the North Texas area. This is for a one-time scholarship of $500 per year presented to up to 3 candidates.

If you get your application in by January 31 - get a FREE Teens4Green Swig stainless steel water bottle ($18 value) - Teens4Green members ONLY!


Hands-on Recycling Feb 17: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Want to earn 2 hours of credit on your own time? Participate in a Citizen Science survey for the City of Frisco auditing the waste (trash and recycle) from your home. This assignment takes between 90 minutes and 2 hours. Depending on how well it goes, we may have a follow-up assignment. 

If you have any questions or suggestions on the waste audit, please contact  Miss Juli - 
Do a Waste Audit
Turn In your Waste Audit - 2 hours volunteer credit
Play Frisco: Litter Cleanup (Minors okay with parent!)
Join Play Frisco for Second Saturday Service Day and protect Frisco's natural areas! Recommended for 8 years and up. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Great activity for the family and to earn volunteer hours for school or scouts. Closed toed shoes and a water bottle are recommended. Check the weather and dress accordingly. Gloves will be provided, but if you would prefer to wear your own you are welcome to. Cancellations due to weather or ground conditions will be posted on the Play Frisco Facebook Page.
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