Landfill Lunchbox (paperback)

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Landfill Lunchbox (paperback)

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By Karen Riley

A discarded wrapper, tin can or empty detergent container all take on another life, an art form. Developing and demonstrating the integration of art and the environment is the goal of this book. Open the Landfill Lunch Box and take a look! By using reused and recycled materials as the basis for arts and crafts projects, students can learn about taking care of the environment in a creative way!

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Editorial Reviews

Looking for something to read during your lunch break? Try The Landfill Lunch Box. -- Waste Age Magazine, March 2002

On each page in the book, there are facts and figures about landfills, recycling, places to pick up "art supplies." -- Waste Age Magazine, March 2002

About the Author

Karen Riley is the Executive Director and a founder of the S.C.R.A.P. Gallery (Student Creative Recycle Art Program), the environmental arts education program for students. Founded in 1997, the S.C.R.A.P. Gallery develops and implements art experiences from recycled materials that actively engage youth as stewards of their environment. More than 75,000 pounds of trash have been diverted from the landfill through the S.C.R.A.P. Gallery's program.