This curriculum explores themes of water, energy & land use, food production, waste management, transportation, buildings & cities through a multi-disciplinary approach.
Beneficiaries: Public, private & home schools, museums, zoos and camps
Dance & Song Routines
Integrating scientific discovery with movement & song bridges multiple learning modalities, boosting cardiovascular, emotional & neurological health while inspiring creative thinking.
Produced at Dirtfloor Revival Studios, Santa Fe, NM
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.
Watersheds & Oceans
Hydrologic Balance in Climate Change Mitigation
Forestry & Aquifer Recharge
Coastal Ecosystem Stewardship
Agriculture: Smart Irrigation, Soil,
Climate-Adapted & Water-Efficient Crops
Cycling Use & Reuse
Wastewater & Sewage
Urban Stormwater Management
Waste Vegetable Oil
Kinds of Feedstock: plant, fungi, bacteria, manure
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Plastic & Bio-Plastics
Cradle to Cradle Design
Crafts & Furniture
Agriculture & Nutrition
Food Forests & Foraging
Integrated Pest Management
Seeds: The Palette of Evolution
Hydroponics & Aeroponics
Land Management & Biodiversity
Fungi as Forest Stewards
Greening the Desert
Polylactic Sand Barriers
Architecture & Industry
Compressed Earth Blocks
Green Walls & Roofing
Waste = Resource
Clean Energy & Cycling
Michael Meade, Education 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 graduated from Southwestern College with a Master's in Art Therapy. Her private practice, Playful Passages, allows individuals to "reveal the root cause of their emotions, heal their deepest wounds, and discover the essence of who they are, while enjoying the process!"
Isabel Harkins is our Meditation & Mindfulness specialist. She is a Level 2 Certified iRest Facilitator, Registered Polarity Practitioner, an Integrative Craniosacral Practitioner, and registered three levels Qi-Gong Instructor, a graduate of the Anthony Robbins-Madanas life coaching programs, and Chopra certified Primordial Sound Meditation instructor.
Chelsee Stewart is a community activist, public speaker and movement artist. Chelsee organizes a diverse community to come together each week to our local farm, Full Circle, encouraging people to reconnect to the land. She is passionate about empowering every culture to claim their cultural roots through seed, dance, song, and prayer.
Maru is a Native New Mexican with roots in Guatemala. With a background in hip hop, Latin dance, ecstatic dance, five rhythms, & gymnastics he enjoys teaching and holding space for movers & dancers. For many years he worked with children in treatment centers and offered trauma-informed support. He enjoys learning about sustainability and exploring nature with his daughter.