MEarth's Mission

MEarth educates and inspires through environmental stewardship.

MEarth's Vision

To build an interconnected community of engaged citizens and future leaders by promoting analytical thinking through experience-based learning at the Hilton Bialek Habitat.

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MEarth's Programs

MEarth offers diverse programs designed to connect our students – youth and adults alike – in meaningful ways to each other, their communities, and the world around them. Our place-based learning comes alive at the Hilton Bialek Habitat, a 10-acre habitat with a LEED-certified culinary classroom and a 1-acre organic garden. Our goal is to educate and inspire to become better environmental stewards through engaging hands-on activities.

Community Connection

Healthy, connected, resilient communities are the foundation to a sustainable future. Our CommunityConnect program provides residents (you!) opportunities to learn more about how we can better care for ourselves, our communities, and our environment. We offer break camps, Field-trips, after-school education, and Community Connection Day events.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are integral to MEarth's success. If you want to make a difference for the environment and your community, we have opportunities for you to get involved. Hours are flexible depending on availability.

You Can Help!

Currently, we are looking for volunteers to help at our school-day program field trips, in the Native Plant Garden, in the Edible Garden, and at our Community Connection Day Events.

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“I love the hands-on support I can offer in the garden and contribute to the success of the project in a small way...MEarth has a really impressive vegetable garden going, fruit trees also, and it’s worth checking it out and learning from them so that we, the community, might learn from them and apply their knowledge to our surroundings”. MEarth Garden Volunteer

Monterey Bay Chapter California Native Plant Society

Did you know the CNPS horticulture group actively grows native plants for pleasure and sale? In their onsite greenhouse and shade house, they are cultivating various native plants for themed gardens (butterfly garden, bee garden, bird garden) that provide seed and cuttings for propagation efforts.

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Native Plant & Nursery Hours ~ Open to the public every first Friday of the month from 3 - 4:30 PM ~ January 7th February 4th March 4th April 1st

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MEarth Board Interest

Are you an environmental steward in your community? MEarth is looking for individuals with a range of qualifications to advance our Mission.

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