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July 2015.
- Local schools win garden towers.  Read

September 2014.
- Keep Forsyth County Beautiful celebrates 20 years.  Read

May 2014.
- North Forsyth High receives second compost bin.  Read
- Local nonprofit educates and entertains on Earth Day.  Read

April 2014.
- Little Mill Middle wins garden tower  Read
- Five for Five Earth Day Activities for Families.  Read

March 2014.
- Chestatee Elementary receives 147 bags of books.  Read

February 2014.
- Eco-Eagles Visit Cedar Hill Enrichment Center.  Read

December 2013.
- Sawnee Woman's Club and Reaping Nature partner for crafting with seniors.  Read
- Reaping Nature and Friends of Tony hold inauural 5K.  Read
- Reaping Nature announces contest winners.  Read

November 2013.
- Haw Creek Elementary and Cumming Elementary receive compost bins.  Read

July 2013.
- Forsyth County seniors learn about recycling.  Read
- Five Points Challenge 5K coming this fall.  Read

May 2013.
- Reduce Your Intake: Bottled Water.  Read  (Cumming Patch Blog)
- Earth Day contest winners announced.  Read

April 2013.
- Sharon Elementary Receives Composter.  Read
- Earth Day 2013: How did I get here?  Read  (Cumming Patch Blog)

March 2013.
- Nature-awareness program honored at national conference.  Read
- Mashburn students find their green thumbs.  Read

November 2012.
- Recycling event helps Earth, supports nonprofits.  Read
- Reaping Nature helps spread recycling info at Trail or Treat event.  Read
- Local nonprofit wins second place in waste reduction campaign.  Read

October 2012.
- Reaping Nature and Tyson Foods partner for garden projects at local schools.  Read
- Composting at schools helps turn outdoors into classrooms.  Read
- Compost bins hold new learning experiences for local students - 11Alive.  Read

September 2012.
- Forsyth County non-profit seeks sponsors for recycling events.  Read

May 2012.
- Contest Winners Announced at Harry's Farmers Market.  Read
- 'Plastic in the sea?' contest winners announced.  Read
- Atlanta Jeweler Donates to Recycling Education Non-Profit.  Read
- Students learn to "Likel" recycling.  Read
- Waste hauler donates bins to help school increase recycling.  Read

April 2012.
- Chip in to help the earth.  Read
- Inspired to "go GREEN" from re-U creating new spaces.  Read
- Pay It Forward - This Earth Day, Every Day.  Read
- Students Learn to "Likel" Recycling.  Read

February 2012.
- Students learn all about honeybees from Forsyth County Beekeepers.  Read
- Earth Day contest to help raise awareness about plastics in our oceans.  Read

November 2011.
- Recycle Paint & Paper on November 13 (South Forsyth MS Teachers, Parents & Students Volunteer.  Read
- America Recycles Day Contest Promotes Healthy Choices.  Read
- Afterschool Environmental Enrichment for Students.  Read
- Three Days, Three Counties:  Non-Profit Educates & Entertains for America Recycles Day.  Read

October 2011.
- Three Forsyth County companies partner to promote recycling.  Read
- Goody Bags Bring Smiles to Local Schools, Recycling Awareness Theme Prominent.  Read
- Bags bring environmental theme, goodies. Read

June 2011.
- Earth Day contest winners honored.  Read

May 2011.
- Nearly 2,000 paint containers recycled.  Read

April 2011.
- Keepin' It Green.  Read

March 2011.
- Earth Education. Women teach about waste, water.  Read
- Reduce, reuse, recycle.  Read
- Tyson Foods donates to non-profit.  Read

December 2010.
- Daves Creek 'Green Team' meets water-saving inventor.  Read
- Two local groups earn environmental honors.  Read

October 2009.
- Tyson Foods makes donation to local non-profit educational foundation.  Read
Distinguished Service Citation National Award Recipient Keep  America Beautiful (2012)

2nd place waste reduction by a non-profit Keep Georgia Beautiful (2012 & 2010)
Reaping Nature
Educational Outreach Foundation
A Charity of Awareness - Supporting Environmental Education for Children, Adults & Communities

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.  -- Margaret Mead