- Art & Science of Recycling School Program - Recycled art for K-12 students. Contact Recycle Hawai‘i at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Recycle Site Tours - For recycling site tours with your students, please contact email@example.com in East Hawai‘i and firstname.lastname@example.org in West Hawai‘i.
- School Presentations - For classroom presentations on topics of Zero Waste, Reduce/Reuse/Recycle, Environmental Sustainability, Compost/Vermicomposting and more, please contact email@example.com.
- Compost Workshops - Program sponsored by Recycle Hawai`i, students and teachers can learn about backyard composting and vermicomposting. Contact Recycle Hawai‘i at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Smart By Nature: Growing A School Garden Curriculum - Program developed by Kohala Center's Hawai‘i Island School Gardens Network and the Center for Ecoliteracy.
- Keep America Beautiful's Recycle-Bowl Competition - State & National competition for schools and communities to see who can recycle the most. Prizes available for winners.
- Local project done by students at HPA - "Food Fights With Waste" Article June 2014. http://nanaueno.hubpages.com/hub/Food-Fights-With-Waste
- US EPA: Recycle City
- Earth 911: For Students
- EEK! Environmental Education for Kids
- Make-stuff.com: Recycle It!
- State of California: Recycle Rex & Education
- US EPA: Students: Resources for Waste Education
- Environmental Lesson Plans by Marcal
- Creative Cardboard: Environmentally Friendly and Reycled Art Projects for Kids
- National Crayon Recycle Program
- Terracycle Curriculum Series
- Green Ambassadors Program
Waste Reduction Resources
- State of Hawai‘i: Educator's Guide
- Waste-free Lunches
- California Integrated Waste Management Board: Waste Reduction - School Diversion Guide
- Captain Planet Foundation
- National Fish & Wildlife Federation: Grants
- US EPA: Environmental Education Grants
- US EPA: Region 9 Grants
- Grant Wrangler: Grants for Teachers
- KidsGardening: Grants
- Pay It Forward Foundation
- Alexander and Baldwin Foundation - A&B Kokua Giving
- Matson Foundation - Ka Ipu ‘Aina Program (community clean-ups)
- Atherton Family Foundation
- Consuelo Foundation
- Hawaii Community Foundation
- James and Abigail Campbell Foundation
- Cooke Foundation, Ltd.
- Harold K.L. Castle Foundation
- Hawaii People's Fund
- Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HEI)
- Friends of Hawaii Charities, Inc.
- Bishop Museum
- Melinda Gray Ardia Foundation
- Kokua Foundation Hawai‘i
- Change Happens Foundation