Reaping Nature Educational Outreach Foundation provides thoughtful and entertaining environmental education programs for the public and children in public and private schools, including Title I schools.
Environmental education teaches children and adults to care for their natural environment. Educating others to care for issues impacting our environment, such as resource depletion, recycling and water/energy conservation, is an investment for all of us.
Reaping Nature Educational Outreach Foundation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization recognized by the IRS, as such donations are tax deductible as permitted by law.
Show your support for recycling with a belt buckle from Whimsy Daisy and jewelry from Worthmore Jewelers. $10 from each sale benefits our EE programs!
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Distinguished Service Citation National Award Recipient Keep America Beautiful (2012)
2nd place waste reduction by a non-profit
Keep Georgia Beautiful (2012 & 2010)
Disclaimer: Petunia Garner™ and Echo the Squirrel™ are original copyrighted and trademark property of Reaping Nature Productions, LLC. No reproductions of these characters may be used or reproduced without their prior written consent. Petunia Garner™ is a fictitious character created by Mary Nix. Her likeness to any other character or individual is purely coincidental. Original illustrations by Christopher Cook. Reaping Nature Educational Outreach Foundation, Inc. has received written permission from Reaping Nature Productions, LLC to use their copyright and trademark property on this website and in their programs. Please review our Terms & Conditions and Conflict of Interest Policy regarding the terms and usage of this website. Thank you.
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“. . . There are number of heroes in our community when it comes to recycling. My friends . . . are also driving forces in teaching, as well as demonstrating environmental stewardship in schools and the community. The passion that each of these individuals have for recycling and environmental stewardship is most commendable, and I believe it is making an incredible impact in Forsyth County. . . .” -- Dr. L.C. “Buster” Evans, former Superintendent of Schools, Forsyth County (excerpt from 8/1/09 blog – Environmental Stewardship: Your “Million Dollar Bill”
"Reaping Nature is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in being more environmentally responsible. I love . . . and the kid-focused programming that makes it fun for young people to be green. Keep up the great work!" -- Allison Neal, Chairperson, Abbotts Hill Elementary Paws For The Planet Committee
"Thank you for coming out! The children really enjoy the shows. They may be little, but this is a crucial time in their learning and if we can get them to start being green now, hopefully it will foster an appreciation of what we/they can do to make the world a better place." -- Cheri Davis, Director Cornerstone Schools
“Excellent program! Our students were actively engaged the entire time!” -- Third grade teacher, Free Home Elementary
Educational Outreach Foundation
A Charity of Awareness - Supporting Environmental Education for Children, Adults & Communities
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. -- Margaret Mead