Terra Linda High School

 
 

Terra Linda’s garden was originally created by students from the Marin School of Environmental Leadership (MSEL), and is now an ongoing collaboration between MSEL and GSE Eco Action Club students. These students share best practices and learning experiences with each other in the garden. During the 2017-18 school year, the MarinSEL class of 2019 built a fully-functioning greenhouse with solar panels and a complete aquaponics system, efforts which were led by a GSE intern through her GSE Fellowship project.

The Eco Action Club meets Fridays at lunch to plan for garden projects, which they implement during garden parties after school on Fridays. The MSEL freshman seminar class will be held by the GSE Community Educator during 6th period on Fridays, starting in mid-October.

Eco-Action Club

Tuesdays at lunch,
Room 201

Garden Workdays

Fridays after school,
TL Garden

Marin County Fellowship

Every other Wednesday
6:30-8:30pm,
Terra Linda High School, Room 56

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Get Involved

 
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View Your School Trip

Work alongside students in Latin America on projects in their communities, practice your Spanish, experience the culture and natural beauty of their country and reflect on your growth as a leader.

 
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Apply To Be A Fellow

Develop projects with your peers that address pressing social and environmental issues, while building leadership skills (and an impressive resume!) in a fun and safe environment.

 
 
 

 

Meet Your Educator, Angelica Andrews Buot

 
 
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Angelica, originally from Southern California, completed her B.A. in Environmental Studies and Planning, Conservation and Restoration and a minor in Biology at Sonoma State University. It was during her time at SSU that her passion for sustainability and environmental education was put into action. She interned at the Fairfield Osborn Preserve, where she became a Certified Naturalist and acquired first-hand experience in leading groups of elementary children and adults on guided hikes through the preserve, exploring local history and biology while emphasizing the importance of preservation. Angelica participated in a working internship with the Sonoma Ecology Center, assisting their horticulture specialist and developing sustainable practices at their large organic farm. She also aided in many large-scale restoration projects throughout her studies with local nonprofits such as the Laguna de Santa Rosa and Sonoma Land Trust.

After graduation from SSU, she taught preschool with a focus on environmental concepts and designed and planted a children’s garden with the students. Her passion for cultural awareness and food accessibility heightened when she began volunteering with Project Reach Network and traveled to the Philippines to work with children and young adults alongside regional groups, like Kid's Hope, and witnessed social issues that young people face abroad. Most recently, she worked at the Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society as the head History and Environmental Educator, and her joy of working with young people has only grown since. Angelica is ready to carry the mission at Global Student Embassy forward and help young adults discover their own passions and ability to make change happen.