Born out of research from Harvard and MIT, Handprinting is a response to the concept of carbon footprints, emphasizing how positive actions in our community for sustainability and climate action can be bigger than our negative impact. What role can Handprinting play in the classroom or school? Hear local K-12 examples of how focusing on the possibilities of our actions can spur excitement and lasting change.  

This is a public workshop with content focused on K-12 school professionals. Scholarships are available in an effort to make this program accessible to everyone and are given based on financial need.  To receive a scholarship to an event or for more information on the School Sustainability Culture Program Workshop series and other GHSA programming, contact Green and Healthy Schools Director Katie Lockley.