Living Classroom works with many organizations in support of environmental literacy.
We communicate and sometimes collaborate with organizations locally, regionally and nationally.
California Native Plant Society, Santa Clara
Valley Chapter is dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of California's native plants and how to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture, and land stewardship.
California School Garden Coalition is focused on obtaining long-term funding for school districts who want to incorporate garden-based education to their core curriculum. Living Classroom is an active participant to the Coalition. Contact Vicki Moore at email@example.com for more information.
Canopy's mission is to bring the life-giving benefits of trees to the schools, neighborhoods, and public spaces of the San Francisco Mid-Peninsula.
Environmental Volunteers trains volunteers to lead hands-on science and nature programs in schools, community organizations.
Grassroots Ecology works collaboratively with local governments, public agencies, schools, corporations, individuals, and other non-profits to care for the lands and waters of Silicon Valley.
Growing Gardens Community of Practice hosted by the Santa Clara County Office of Education. Monthly online meetings to learn about garden-based education programs around Santa Clara County and to network with others.
Marine Science Institute provides engaging and interactive hands-on adventures with San Francisco Bay Area marine life.
Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society promotes the enjoyment, understanding, and protection of birds and other wildlife by engaging people of all ages in birding, education, and conservation.
Hidden Villa is a non profit organic farm located in Los Altos Hills, California that offers community programs, educational courses for students and more.
Veggielution connects people from diverse backgrounds through food and farming to build community in East San José.
ChangeScale supports environmental education organizations in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Area.
Education Outside advances science education and environmental literacy by teaching outdoors in public schools.
Youth Outside builds organizational capacity and develops future leaders through various programs.
Edible Schoolyard Project's mission is to build and share a national edible education curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school.
California Native Plant Society and CalScape can help you find plants native to your area for your home, business, or other landscape projects.
Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants organization is dedicated to the understanding, preservation and use of California native flora.
Ten Strands aims to raise environmental literacy by providing high-quality environment-based learning and hands-on education to all California K–12 students.
Children and Nature Network is leading the movement to connect all children, their families and communities to nature through innovative ideas, evidence-based resources and tools, broad-based collaboration and support of grassroots leadership.
Green Schoolyards America expands and strengthens the green schoolyard movement and empowers Americans to become stewards of their school and neighborhood environments.
Green Schools National Network works with thought leaders to gather, synthesize, generate, and report evidence-based resources that include practical tools, news, and commentary for the green, healthy, and sustainable schools community.
National Wildlife Federation Garden Certification - certify your garden as a welcoming haven for local wildlife.