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Registration for GTS2019 Is Open!

GTS2019 STEM Environmental Challenge Camp Registration is open for Camper, Mentor and Intern positions!
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Eastside Audubon sponsors GTS2018 Summer Camp Tuition Scholarships!

Eastside Audubon has graciously provided Amy McQuade scholarships to our GTS2018 STEM Environmental Challenge Summer Camp this year! This scholarship is for interested, environmentally minded, middle/junior high school students who do not have the financ...

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See the GTS STEM Camp Photo Gallery!

Please visit our new GTS Camp Photo Gallery to see some of the fun activities that campers do at GTS!

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Friends of the Hidden River John Schmied receives WA State E3 Green Apple!

Friends of the Hidden River's John Schmied receives the Washington State E3 Green Apple! It was announced today that Friends Strategic Planner will be the 2013 E3 Washington Green Apple Award winner for the Formal Educator (6-8) category.

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Woodinville Rotary grants FOTHR $1,000 for STEM campers

The Woodinville Rotary, has just announced it will grant $1,000 to help GTS STEM Environmental Challenge summer campers in need of funds to obtain matching tuition, as well as to help support this first ever.....

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Friends Marie Hartford receives E3's Green Apple!

E3 Washington just announced that Friends Board Member will be the recipient of the prestigious EC Washington Green Apple Award of Excellence....

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New! July 2012 Ground to Sound Summer Camp

Are you a 4th, 5th, or 6th grade graduate who wants to actively support your local environment while having something fun to do this summer? Then come explore with us at the Ground to Sound Stewardship Camp at the New Brightwater Environmental Center near...

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Grand Opening of Environmental Center huge success

Friends staff helps King County make Grand Opening of Environmental Education and Community Center and Brightwater Treatment Plant a resounding success!! The sun shone brightly on the morning of Sept 24th as over 2400 local residents watched the "Flippin...

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FOTHR Staff invited to Washington DC

Award Winning FOHR Strategic Planner Visits the Other Washington. In recognition of 20 years of innovative environmental education, our own John Schmied was invited by the National Environmental Education Foundation to go to D.C. to accept the 2011 Bar...

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FOTHR and King County Host Educator Sneak Preview

Forty five local educators from 6 major school districts attended the Sneak Preview of the Center today. The educators went on tours that included a walk through of the Center and short hike into the North Forty Native Protection area of the park.

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