High School Students Partner With Subaru and Grand Teton to Encourage Recycling

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High School Students Partner With Subaru and Grand Teton to Encourage Recycling

Student art makes environmental statement
PHOTO CREDIT: Ashley Cooper - Jackson Hole News & Guide

PHOTO CREDIT: Ashley Cooper - Jackson Hole News & Guide

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Monday, June 26, 2017 - 8:00am

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The Fab Lab is based on Stanford University’s design thinking courses and blends engineering with art. Smith said the projects exemplify the positive and real impact student work has on the community. This winter the teens pitched ideas — from drive-through recycling centers to bottle cap pinball games — to representatives from Grand Teton and Subaru, which has partnered with the park on its zero-waste initiative. The ideas were then narrowed by a panel of judges.

Keywords: Education | Education | Environment | Financial Literacy | Grand Teton National Park | Improving Education Quality | Life on Land | Recycling | Stanford University | subaru

CAMPAIGN: Subaru's Love Promise: Environment

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