Educators are encouraged to submit applications for the 2023-24 school year
By Megan Alley, Sun Editor
The Ohio River Foundation is offering its hands-on, science, technology, engineering, and math environmental education programs to area students again this year, and educators are encouraged to submit applications for the 2023-24 school year.
Cincinnati-based nonprofit ORF is dedicated to protecting and improving the water quality and ecology of the Ohio River and its entire watershed, according to a press release for the programs.
ORF has been offering education programs since 2005.
The goal of the programs is to improve academic STEM skills. Also, ORF aims to help kids – the next generation of environmental stewards, voters, and government leaders – foster a lifetime interest in protecting the environment in their communities and beyond.