Environmental Assets and Liabilities - REAL Places in Your
a middle and high school curriculum designed to take a deeper look at our community’s
assets (the places that add value to our lives) and liabilities (the
challenging problem-places that detract from our quality of life).
REAL Places curriculum includes a historical overview of
infrastructure investment that Memphis and the region have made that
have created the challenges we face today (blight, transportation,
sprawl), a crash course in urban planning and city budgeting, and
effective tools to become an advocate for your neighborhood. The
workshop culminates in a walking survey of the conditions of the
to the Shelby County Health Department and EPA’s Environmental
Justice Grants Program for supporting these REAL
Kansas - Carver High School
- Charter High School
Hill - Power Center Academy
Memphis - Humes Middle School
delivered in partnership with Clean Memphis.
Contact us to schedule one for your classroom or community group.