aimee han - ecoearth event coordinator

allen li - ecoearth vice president

Nathan han - ecoearth president

Current subgroup leaders

​​​​​​​​​​Promoting Leadership in Aspiring Youth​

Aimee is a 4th grader at Mohr Elementary School. She is willing to do whatever it takes to reduce waste, recycle plastic, and reuse whatever she can. In her free time, she likes to read Wings of Fire and talk with her friends. She wants to cleanse the world of waste, starting with volunteering to fix sprinklers and pick up waste around her neighborhood. She hopes that in time, the people that are living in the world will understand that nature is precious and that they should not waste the resources that nature gives them.

Ecoearth club

Allen is an eighth grader at Harvest Park; he wants to spread awareness for environmental conservation activities in the Tri-Valley area, such as recycling and water usage. He is inspired by other organizations that promote environmental health such as Greenpeace and the Team Trees organization. Allen enjoys going to the beach, and hopes that one day beaches will be cleaner. He intends to help clean beaches.


Our mission is to promote environmental conservation efforts for the local communities. In our subgroup, we engage our members to participate in various environment-related activities to help protect our community environment. These activities include but are not limited to, recycling bottles from the local communities and selling them for homeless kids, and checking sprinkler leakage for community parks and reporting to the city. We believe that one of the crucial aspects of a perfect world is to maintain a healthy environment. By ourselves, we cannot do much, but together, we can make all the changes that we envision.

Nathan is a 10th grader at Amador Valley High School. He likes to help the environment in various ways. In his free time, he enjoys reading the news and nonfiction books. He wants the environment to be healthy and is willing to work towards that goal. He wishes to get the community involved as a whole because while we may not be able to make much change by ourselves, as a community, we can accomplish higher achievements.