Is this correct? Have we really done this much?

The families that gather around the campfire for s’mores and hot cocoa with us are forming relationships that lead to stronger neighborhoods.

The children who find joy in spending a day outside with us are making connections that will serve us all well.

The neighbors and friends who contribute their time, talents, and treasure to facilitate the growth of Rochester Ecology Partners’ nature-based learning and community-building efforts are fostering the growth of the idea that we can accomplish more as partners.

As we enter this season of abundant appreciation and generosity Giving Tuesday creates an opportunity to share our gratitude and ask for your help.

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Isn’t this a great photo?

You can vote for this photo and help us win a contest that will make it possible for us to offer a young person (or more!) the opportunity to sled, build snowmen or just smile with some snow on their face this winter. Thanks to Evan Lowenstein for catching this...

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Hiring Assistant Educators

Rochester Ecology Partners is seeking Assistant Educators for our Neighborhood Nature Enrichment program on Fridays from 12:15 to 3:15 at Genesee Community Charter School’s Flour City Campus. We are looking to hire 2 individuals that are enthusiastic about engaging young children in nature based learning.

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Launching the Greater Rochester Environmental Community Directory

Rochester Ecology Partners is happy to announce the launch of the Greater Rochester Environmental Community Directory. Over 100 groups dedicated to improving community well-being and the environment for all have agreed to be listed and more are expected to join as they learn about the directory. The directory can be found at rochesterenvironment.com.

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