"Educating for sustainability is critical for helping young Americans make the complex conceptual connections between economic prosperity, lifestyle choices, energy use, environmental health, and their own well-being."

(The Center for Green Schools, National Action Plan for Educating for Sustainability)

Beneficiaries: Public, private & home schools, museums, zoos and camps

Program Overview:

This curriculum explores themes of water, energy & land use, food production, waste management, transportation, buildings & cities through a multi-disciplinary approach:

Dance & Song Routines

Integrating scientific discovery with movement & song bridges multiple learning modalities, boosting cardiovascular, emotional & neurological health while inspiring creative thinking.

Theatrical Presentations

Using props & visual display boards, we get students off their screens to engage inter-personal connection through performances, games & activities.

Arts-Based Mentorship Program

Provides inspired students with networking & multi-media creative resources to spearhead environmental activism campaigns in their own communities. We pair our experience & expertise in film, audio, graphic design & mural productions to empower youth to be the change they wish to see in the world!

Meditation / Mindfulness Practices

The fast-paced & highly stimulating modern lifestyle can be a challenge for young people to adapt to! We strive to support youth with mental & emotional resilience through guided meditations & mindfulness practices for self-regulation.

Our Team


Michael Meade, Program Director, has worked as an educator in public and private schools for 15+ years. He specializes in ecological sustainability & garden education while producing songs, skits & displays for the curriculum.



Jonathan Meade, Creative Director, is the graphic visionary for the program, creating characters & visual elements to explore scientific & educational themes. He is our expert in mural production & artistic design.



Sarah Meade holds a Masters of the Environment, Sustainability Planning & Management. Along with organizational counseling, she provides insights for creating intercultural dialogue & awareness through our program.



Hannah Rapp, Creative Arts Therapist, supports the implementation of therapeutic arts activities for our students. She strives to promote healthy opportunities for self-reflection & holistic emotional expression.


Isabel Harkins is our specialist in Meditation & Mindfulness practice. Utilizing storytelling with relaxation & visualization techniques, she guides students towards equanimity - a balanced understanding of personal development, inter-personal integration & collective evolution. She is a Registered Polarity Practitioner, an Integrative Craniosacral Practitioner, Registered Level 3 Qi-Gong Instructor, a graduate of the Anthony Robbins - Madanas Life Coaching Programs & Chopra-Certified Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor.