Freedom High School’s Sustainable Garden video chosen as finalist in 2013 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest 2013/02/05Posted by oakleytownhall in Freedom High, Garden, Sustainable Farming.
PLEASE HELP PASS THIS ON!
We at Freedom High School in Oakley, CA made a video about our developing sustainable garden that has been chosen as a finalist in the 2013 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Out of more than 1,600 applicants for the program, we are one of only 15 schools (and the only one in Northern California) moving on to the finals!
If our video is one of the 5 winners chosen, our school will receive a $110,000 technology package (courtesy of Samsung, Adobe, and DIRECTV). This is decided solely by online votes, so PLEASE forward this on to anyone you can – especially those with an interest in promoting native plants, water conservation and sustainable gardens in California. It’s about more than winning the prize. We truly are striving to educate our community, state, and even the nation about the importance of restoring and protecting native wildlife habitats. Help spread the word!
You can view and vote for our school’s video at www.samsung.com/solvefortomorrow. It appears you can vote once-per-day until March 4th, so please make a reminder to check back often. Please click here to VOTE FOR FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL’s Sustainable Garden
Freedom High School
Oakley, CA 94561
Click Here to visit the Freedom Garden web page.