Earth Rebirth calls for community support as demand grows beyond Norman.
Norman, Okla (September 7, 2017) -- Earth Rebirth has grown over the last six years to be known around the state of Oklahoma for ambitious goals in school gardening. They hope to establish a garden at every school in Norman and have each garden sell food to their own cafeteria supplier as a revenue source for the classroom. Downtown Norman’s Earth Rebirth Center has inspired hundreds of people to get involved in the community, stay engaged with local issues, grow their own food, reduce waste and so much more.
As a nonprofit, Earth Rebirth has consistently accomplished quite a lot with few resources at their disposal. Currently, Earth Rebirth has 15 school garden partners and 24 schools on their waiting list around the state. They have volunteer groups popping up in Colorado, Georgia, and Texas and are talking with additional colleges and universities about class credit internships to inspire young people to apply higher education to local community solutions.
Earth Rebirth has launched an official membership program and is calling on Oklahoma parents, teachers, activists, artists, and everyone in between to help them reach more people. The membership program has five key levels starting at $10 per month and goes as high as $250 per month. Larger levels are available for businesses looking to sponsor Earth Rebirth programs. Earth Rebirth members earn perks and different rewards for referrals ranging from $10 cash to garden beds and rain barrels.
“Every person we talk to tells us how great Earth Rebirth’s goals are for the community, but we crave a much larger impact. People need it. And if Earth Rebirth is going to help the entire state of Oklahoma, we need everybody to help us get there.” said Andrew Sartain.
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Earth Rebirth is a nonprofit focused on Food, Energy and Water. Our mission is to educate and empower people to bridge the gaps between economic and environmental problems.
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