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About rock 'n renew

The Rock 'N Renew Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps students, businesses, activists, artists, and musicians live and act in sustainable ways. Sustainability is when all the parts of something help to make that thing stay healthy.

We do this work because we feel that if students have a chance to learn about healing the planet through art, music, science, and community projects, then we will all be able to see how even the smallest changes can make a big difference in protecting the health of our environment. Working on hip-hop or rock music projects, painting or sculpture, gardening or organic farming, students will experience sustainability in a brand new way.

If you are wondering how you can help Rock ‘n Renew make the planet a better place, challenge your school to create a rain garden. This is a bigger service project that will have huge impact on your community. Download instructions to create a rain garden at your school.

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