Making Ecology Fascinating and Fun!
An award winning performer, Steve Trash (EEAA - 2011 - Environmental Educator of the Year Award Winner) is also a founding board member of Keep The Shoals Beautiful and is a lifetime member of the Alabama Association for Environmental Education.
He has appeared at the world famous MAGIC CASTLE in Hollywood, California, was a featured guest on LeVar Burton's READING RAINBOW Magic Week, The ENCONTROS MAGICOS Street Magic Festival in Coimbra, Portugal, MOTHER OF THE NATION FESTIVAL in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and was the featured green entertainment at the 2011 KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL - Great American Cleanup" national kickoff in Times Square - New York City.
He's a member of the Academy of Magical Arts, the North American Association for Environmental Education, the National Recycling Coalition and Steve was green waaaay before green was cool! He actually lives in a green home in the tiny hamlet of Frog Pond, Alabama.
Here's some info about three of his most popular and world class environmental education shows.
"Kudos! Rockin' Eco Hero (Steve) was very charming and personable, several of the groups met up with him outside the building and he graciously chatted with them.
By all accounts, we had a happy crowd!"
"Science of Ecology Show starring Steve Trash rocked the house with terrific eco-educational content. Highly recommend."
"Steve Trash was easy to work with, professional, eco-educational, and the kids loved him.
"Science of Ecology Show starring Steve Trash was eco-educational AND entertaining!
Look forward to having Steve back again."
"Steve Trash is easy to work with and his shows are excellent."
"Steve. You are such a great person and performer! Thank you for the many "gifts" you shared with us while in Sarasota. The feedback has been wonderful!!"
"Science of Ecology Show was a "Hit"! Steve Trash was wonderful. My kids LOVED Steve Trash!"
"The kids thought Steve was a Rock Star!"
"Steve Trash is a master of making trash disappear right before your very eyes. With the flick of the wrist and an alakazam or two, you are amazed to see items reduced, reused and recycled. And most importantly, the kids LOVE it. Hooray Mr. Trash. You are a talent."