Teens in Washington and Virginia show us each person can create meaningful change. Rustic Spirit Spotlights acknowledge and celebrate these inspiring young leaders!
Discover how Vanessa organized a successful Textile Drive at her high school as her Climate Leaders Fellowship project!
Discover how Aryan spearheaded a waste management project through the Climate Leaders Fellowship.
Discover how Cassidy tackles waste management issues in her apartment building through innovative solutions like newsletters, posters, and AI-guided composting.
Read about Salma's mission to tackle waste issues and promote sustainability in Cairo.
Explore Jaeyong's Urban Diagnosis project, addressing neglected environmental issues in the city.
Leah, a NYC Teen, tackles food waste in her rural community through a composting project in her school's cafeteria. She collected over 5 gallons of composting material, reducing landfill waste and making history!
Teens in Montana, Maine and Idaho are all about protecting our planet, helping others, and making the world a better place. Check out their stories!
Read about the incredible impact these students from California, Tennessee and South Carolina have on their communities!
Students in Texas, Nevada and Louisiana are creating positive changes in their communities. Check out their amazing efforts!
Teens in Idaho, Louisiana and Wisconsin are doing amazing work in their local communities!
This week we’re highlighting teens across South Carolina who show love for their communities through positive impact work.
This week's Rustic Spirit Spotlights feature students in Tennessee and South Carolina who are making an impact in their communities!
Teens in Wisconsin, Texas and South Carolina are positively impacting their communities. Check out their inspiring actions!
Check out these amazing students in Minnesota, South Dakota and Tennessee who are making postive changes in their communities.
Vina, a student in Shanghai, was inspired to take action after seeing how much plastic pollution makes it into the environment. She and her classmates collected plastic waste on campus and used it to create art to inspire others.
Rustic Pathways students will live like the French do and see aspects of France few travelers see.
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17-year-old students from Colorado, Virginia and Washington are inspiring us with their actions and making a difference in their communities.
Varin ran two material drives while educating his peers about food insecurity, climate change and homelessness to inspire and inform the community.