The Center for a Livable Future advises and provides technical assistance on a variety of other educational projects and programs, including:
An online training module for the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP), this is a project of the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation.
An interactive museum exhibit with the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and in Singapore that will travel to major museums around the world over the next ten years.
The Center is working with Kayam Farm at Pearlstone Retreat Center to develop a for-credit class on Judaism, Agriculture and Sustainability.
An interactive, hands-on program developed by the American Institute of Wine and Food that teaches elementary school children about the elements of taste and how food travels from farm to table.
Food for Life (FFL)
A food and nutrition education program at Hampstead Hill Academy and the Stadium School in Baltimore City. Students learn about healthy food from around the world, associated cultures, food safety, culinary skills and how food is grown.