Guåhan Sustainable Culture
Educate. Cultivate. Nourish.
conduct workshops and outreach that focus on eating fresh local foods, healthy eating habits,
and promoting other activities which help human health from deterioration.
engage with the community on environmental conscious practices & stewardship
conduct workshops and outreach that teach different methods of sustainable food production that help reduce negative human and environmental impact
engage with organizations and the community on local disasters and how to prepare for them
Disaster Response and Recovery
expand the scale, reach, efficiency, and effectiveness of our program
engage with two organizations to recruit, train, and manage volunteers to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their programs.
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5 STEPS TO
BECOME AN AMERICORPS GSC MEMBER
Guahan Sustainable Culture has three community garden sites; Sagan Kotturan CHamoru, Hagatna G3 Community Garden, and Dededo G3 Community Garden.
These gardens include a solar powered aquaculture system, three seedling nurseries, two children garden areas, several different agricultural practices and over 80 garden beds.
Volunteer and work alongside an AmeriCorps GSC member as they participate in garden activities and maintenance. Volunteer tasks include planting, watering, weeding, harvesting, preparing garden beds, maintaining an aquaponics system, and more. We encourage participants to bring a hat, sunscreen, a reusable water bottle, gloves and closed toe shoes.
CLICK HERE to download and fill out the Volunteer Registration and Liability forms, then send the completed document to firstname.lastname@example.org or print it out and bring it with you to submit when you arrive.
All volunteers under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian give signed permission to volunteer with our program.
Are you a returning volunteer? That’s great! CLICK HERE to download the Managed Volunteer Form.
This material is based upon work supported by AmeriCorps through the Serve Guam Commission, Office of the Governor, which oversees the AmeriCorps programs on Guam, under Grant No.20AFHGU0010001, to the AmeriCorps Guåhan Sustainable Culture (Oceanic Ascent Education Inc. ). Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of, or a position that is endorsed by AmeriCorps.