Since 1989, with the ongoing support of concerned individuals the Save the Earth Foundation has granted research funding to numerous colleges and universities. As people continue to embrace our message we plan to continue funding vital research in an effort to slow and ultimately reverse the deterioration of our planet earth.
The primary mission of the Save the Earth Foundation centers on raising environmental consciousness and funding environmental research at colleges and universities. Our support of research in the physical sciences will continue to find solutions to these numerous man-made problems of the past and present. We feel that our support of research will undoubtedly lead us to better understand how we can change our attitudes towards our environment and thus insure a healthy future for our planet.
MONTEREY, Calif., May 7, 2015 / — This is Save the Earth’s latest project to spread the words, “Save the Earth” through 19 hip songs starting with “Save the Earth Day” by Thomas Roller, and ending with 3 bonus tracks of Neil Young’s “Who’s Gonna Stand Up? (And Save the Earth).” Music is the… Read More
Save the Earth Foundation (STE) recently announced its funding of a community nursery managed by Nick Routledge at Canticle Farms in Oakland CA, a non-profit urban farming and gardening initiative. The seed money granted by STE will go towards the purchase of public domain, open-pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO seed, soil, containers and irrigation equipment to… Read More
Save The Earth’s most recent project is to collaborate with Central California research institutes on a 9 day research cruise aboard the NOAA Ship Bell Shimada. In May 2015, this project will characterize fish, birds and mammals of Davidson Seamount; evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different marine mammal sampling techniques; and support the development of a Marine Biodiversity Observatory Network.… Read More