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Teens Deserve Clean Streams
Last Week, we participated in a Bay Area Regional Water Quality Control Board field day and had the pleasure of introducing Board members to the Rose Foundation and our New Voices Are Rising program. We offered the Board a tour of Coliseum College Preparatory Academy (CCPA) to explain our Clean Streams Green Teens project. The Clean Streams project will work with CCPA students to draft a stormwater plan to deal with the polluted runoff flowing into nearby Lion Creek.

What the Youth Think About Plan Bay Area 2040
Rose intern, Mykela Patton, recently went to the Plan Bay Area 2040 Alameda County town hall and she shares her opinion on the plan

Happy Bike Month!
Electric cars continue to make the headlines, but at the Rose Foundation, we're still excited to celebrate the 19th Century's bicycle. The US has celebrated May as Bike Month since 1956 as a way to recognize the value of biking. Biking provides excellent exercize while reducing the production of greenhouse gases.

New Voices Joins the People’s Climate March
Our New Voices students joined the Citizen's Climate March around Oakland's Lake Merritt, on Saturday, April 29. The march called for serious action on climate change, a problem that threatens all, especially the youth who are inheriting a world with climbing temperatures and a destabilized climate. Our students led an art table that helped all participants make colorful and creative signs with personal climate messages.

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News and Features

Teens Deserve Clean Streams
Last Week, we participated in a Bay Area Regional Water Quality Control Board field day and had the pleasure of introducing Board members to the Rose Foundation and our New Voices Are Rising program. We offered the Board a tour of Coliseum College Preparatory Academy (CCPA) to explain our Clean Streams Green Teens project. The Clean Streams project will work with CCPA students to draft a stormwater plan to deal with the polluted runoff flowing into nearby Lion Creek.

What the Youth Think About Plan Bay Area 2040
Rose intern, Mykela Patton, recently went to the Plan Bay Area 2040 Alameda County town hall and she shares her opinion on the plan

Happy Bike Month!
Electric cars continue to make the headlines, but at the Rose Foundation, we're still excited to celebrate the 19th Century's bicycle. The US has celebrated May as Bike Month since 1956 as a way to recognize the value of biking. Biking provides excellent exercize while reducing the production of greenhouse gases.

New Voices Joins the People’s Climate March
Our New Voices students joined the Citizen's Climate March around Oakland's Lake Merritt, on Saturday, April 29. The march called for serious action on climate change, a problem that threatens all, especially the youth who are inheriting a world with climbing temperatures and a destabilized climate. Our students led an art table that helped all participants make colorful and creative signs with personal climate messages.

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