Nickelodeon Gets Dirty With Game Shaker's Cast

Nickelodeon: Get Dirty!

Nickelodeon’s annual “Get Dirty!” Earth Day initiative is a call-to-action that supports kids and their projects to help protect the planet. “Get Dirty!” provides kids and their families with information on top-of-mind issues, offers fun ways they can improve the environment and connects them to green activities.   

NEEF is partnering with Nickelodeon’s “Get Dirty!” environmental initiative to encourage kids across the country (ages eight to 15 years-old) to be ambassadors of the environment in their own communities. Additional on-the-ground activations to promote environmental stewardship among young people will follow later this year.

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Learning Expedition Toolkit

The toolkit proceeds step-by-step from planning, to conducting, to presenting place-based projects. Additional resources and tips are included.
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Group photo of Centreville, VA Get Dirty! Ambassadors

2018 Get Dirty! Ambassador Expedition

Check out the Centreville Elementary School stream ecology expedition.
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Get Dirty! Expedition at Olympic Coast

2017 Get Dirty! Ambassador Expedition

Check out the Quileute Tribal School ocean acidification expedition.
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Decide if you have what it takes to be a Get Dirty! Ambassador and lead a learning expedition!
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Nickelodeon Seals at Park

NEEF & Nickelodeon Kick Off 2017 Partnership at Pacific Marine Mammal Center

NEEF and Nickelodeon’s “Get Dirty!” environmental initiative, kicked off its partnership with an Earth Day activation featuring the Game Shakers cast.
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Nickelodeon partners with NEEF on Earth Day at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center.

Simple actions add up to big impact. Things like using reusable bags, or not using straws can help keep our waterways clean. On Earth Day, NEEF and Nickelodeon’s Game Shaker’s (Cree Cicchino, Madisyn Shipman, Benjamin Flores Jr. and Thomas Kuc) cast lent a hand at Pacific Marine Mammal Center (PMMC) to be “Get Dirty” ambassadors for the day.

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