Formed in 2008, TEAM GREEN was a thought I had after seeing someone throw trash out of a truck window. I knew I had to begin a club that would educate young people about not littering, conservation, recycling, and our beautiful planet, Earth. From there, I got a group of teenage friends together & formed TEAM GREEN. We have traveled across TN educating preschoolers and elementary students, traveled to FL cleaning up miles of coast, built nesting boxes for endangered aquatic life, given out over 700 free trees & planted them for handicapped in our community, & much more!
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