JUXTAPOSE: Louisiana's climate change skeptics vs. scientists. Read CNN's take.
Iti's time to turn the American spirit of ingenuity towards our high schools and come together as a nation to give our students the education they deserve. Which is why, on Friday, September 8, some of the biggest names in entertainment will join students, parents, educators and more for a must-see, live television event.
EIF presents: XQ SUPER SCHOOL LIVE on Sept. 8, 8/7 CENTRAL on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC.
(Wait. Why does that sound like Samuel L. Jackson? Oh. BECAUSE IT IS.)
Fieldtrip! Today we went to Groundwork Hudson Valley Science Barge in Yonkers, NY. Such cool work they're doing! Growing food hydroponically and producing their own energy. Ashley and Pam gave us a great tour and helped us talk through ideas for sustainability and food justice in Louisiana. Check our our Instagram for more pics!
At New Harmony, we believe our youth must be involved in the movement to preserve and restore our coast. Wanna talk about it?
Come to Downriver Festival to celebrate all things water, Mississippi River, and Louisiana. Yes, of course, there is an amazing music line up BUT ALSO New Harmony's School Leader Sunny Dawn Summers will be speaking on a panel from 4-5 p.m.: Water: The Next Generation: Educating our children about coastal restoration and all things related. Come join us and find out more about New Harmony High XQ Super School!
Date: Saturday, September 9, 2017
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Panel from 4-5 p.m.)
Location: Old U.S. Mint (toe of Esplanade in the French Quarter)
The fifth Annual Downriver Festival on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 celebrates the environmental, cultural, and economic impact of the Mississippi River and the land it built through live music, cooking demonstrations, presentations, panels, and walking tours that explore this year’s theme “Shrimp and Sno-balls.” Learn more on DownriverFest.org and RSVP on Facebook!
In Louisiana, scientists are taking the study of the Mississippi River very seriously. Check out the river model Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is finishing in Baton Rouge!