THANK YOU to over 200 students, community partners and visitors who came to support Loudoun students and their environmental stewardship efforts at the 2022 Student Environmental Action Showcase (SEAS) on April 26th at Trailside MS. Check out some of the student exhibitors and artwork below!
The third annual Loudoun Student Environmental Action Showcase (SEAS) was held at Trailside Middle School in Ashburn on April 26th from 5 – 8pm. The event is co-hosted by Loudoun County Public Schools, Loudoun Environmental Education Alliance (LEEA) and the Northwest Virginia Regional GREENetwork.
The purpose of Loudoun SEAS is to amplify youth voices in environmental problem solving by showcasing to a real-world audience how students have meaningfully contributed to environmental stewardship in Loudoun County.
Individual students, green/eco-action teams, environmental clubs and youth groups are invited to inspire their community by sharing their work on reducing waste, conserving energy, conducting citizen science, improving water quality, preserving natural habitat and other sustainability-minded projects in their schools and communities. SEAS is a place to express your environmental connection!
Participation is open to all K-12 students in Loudoun County representing public and private schools, homeschoolers and members of community-based youth organizations such as 4-H clubs and Scout troops. Community partners will provide hands-on learning activities and showcase career and volunteer opportunities.
Student Registration: Students interested in participating in the showcase must register by April 18, 2022. Registration now closed.
Community Partner Registration: Community partners should also register their organization by April 18, 2022. Registration now closed.
There is no cost for Community Partners to participate in this event, however we encourage all organizations to join LEEA.
NEW THIS YEAR – ONLINE ART SHOWCASE! We are offering an online platform to showcase all types of artwork and environmental expressions on the Loudoun Environmental Education Alliance website. We will also highlight entries on social media during the week of the SEAS event. Photographs, posters, digital artwork, paintings, illustrations, creative infographics, poetry, essays and more will be accepted. All K-12 students in Loudoun County are invited to share their creations by providing a image file (JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, or TIFF) of your creative expression. You simply need to submit a photograph of your creation or send your digital artwork to us. Registration now closed.
For any questions and more information about Loudoun SEAS, please email SEAS@loudounnature.org.
About the Loudoun Environmental Education Alliance
Since 2007, LEEA has fostered environmental stewardship within Loudoun County by promoting education, cultivating collaboration, and inspiring community engagement. LEEA serves residents of all ages, including educators, K-12 students, families and groups interested in environmental education.
About the Northwest Virginia Regional GREENetwork
The Northwest Virginia Regional GREENetwork is comprised of over 160 environmental educators from Loudoun, Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick and Warren Counties, as well as Winchester Public Schools. The GREENetwork was founded in 2007 as a means of collaborating with other sustainably-minded schools and groups in Loudoun County. Its vision is to promote environmental literacy and stewardship with the region’s environmental school clubs.