On October 13th, 2021, five DOCNC members got the opportunity to teach kids who attend the Cedar Fork after school program about sustainability. During their visit, they went over recycling and what to and what not to recycle. This was to help increase awareness at a young age about recycling, which is one of the most effective methods to reduce our footprint.

Additionally on October 22nd, 2021, DOCNC members were able to educate children in the Cedar Fork after school program about how to have a sustainable Halloween. They set up five stations in which they allowed the children to create sustainable Halloween costumes out of items like tin foil, toilet paper, trash bags, and allowed them to create jack-o-lanterns out of milk jugs and juice bottles. All of this was in an effort to educate the next generation about the importance of sustainability which allows the Earth to remain healthy.