Susan Bilyeu, "Louise Nevelson Working with Found Objects," Scholastic Art Magazine, (March 1995), 8-9.
Margaret Howlett, "African American Sculptors Featuring Betye and Alison Saar," Scholastic Art Magazine, (March 1998), 6-7.
Margaret Howlett, Art With a Message, Scholastic Art Magazine, (April/May 1999), 2-13. This edition features Judy Chicago's Dinner Party and many other pieces, including environmentally conscious pieces of art.
www.helloagain.com. A website that boasts of its effort to allow recycled products to live on. It has great visual resources of recycled art with a gallery of work from many artists, as well as changing exhibitions, blogs and facts. (accessed May 22, 2010)
Mary Landers, "Please Meet Johnnie Powers: At 82, He's Still Recycling"
http://savannahnow.com/news/2010-03-22/please-meet-johnnie-powers-82-hes-still-recycling. An inspiring article about an elderly man who still works with recycled, salvaged wood and builds furniture and other pieces for homes. (accessed May 2, 2010)
http://www.recyclart.org/. This website has so many large scale visual examples of recycled art that are so incredible to look at and learn from; also shows multiple uses for objects, such as a rubber boot bag, school bus as a bus stop, crocheted plastic bag sculptures, siding of a building made with crushed cans. (accessed May 15, 2010)
Joseph Cornell Box website http://www.josephcornellbox.com/. This website has information on the life of Joseph Cornell and sells a kit to create an identity box. (accessed May 15, 2010)
Andy Goldsworthy website
http://www.morning-earth.org/artistnaturalists/an_goldsworthy.html. This website has many examples of his work. (accessed May 27, 2010)
Trash and Climate Change: Planet Protectors Discover the Hidden Reasons to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (epa.gov/osw/kids.htm, July 2000) can be found at (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/rrr/reduce.htm). This website has a lot of information and ideas for students and what they can do to decrease their amount of waste and to recycle what they do use. (accessed April 2, 2010)