The 5¢ bag tax supports youth education along the Anacostia River
Live it Learn it is one of the educational non profits that run programs to teach D.C. kids about the Anacostia Watershed.
A student learns about the Anacostia River ecosystem aboard a free boat tour funded by the D.C. bag tax.
DCPS students take a boat ride on the river with the Anacostia Watershed Society and Live it Learn it.
"This was the best field trip ever! Now I know I can conquer my fears!" a Live it Learn it program lead recounts a student saying after ending the free boat tour
Experts say when children stick their hands in the soil, and beautify their neighborhood, they gain a sense of pride.
Children sticking their hands in the soil and planting grass as part of a Live it Learn it activity funded with D.C. bag tax money.
The District spent about a quarter of a million dollars on providing free boat tours along the Anacostia River to teach local children the importance of aquatic health and what they can do to keep the river clean.
A Live it Learn it instructor takes a group of DCPS students on a free boat ride along the river. Live it Learn partners with the Anacostia Watershed Society.
Students spot bird flying over the Anacostia River.
A Live it Learn it participant shovels dirt on the bank of the river