Seasonal Position: February- June 2015
The food web of the ecosystems within Yellowstone National Park are very complex and varied, and pro...
Mammal Tracks and Scat: Life-Size Pocket Guide A new tracking book with life-size tracks and scat, waterproof, and pocket size. It's perfect for kids because it is so easy to use, and for teachers as a reference they can take outdoors. Heartwoodpress.com
Joy Kacoroski, a Master’s of Science in Natural Resources with a focus on Environmental Education and Interpretation student at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, created a list, found on http://www.fieldfriendlyapps.org/, of mobile apps for both iPhone and Android users to utilize in their EE lessons.
Three classroom activities about native plants.
The deadline for submitting applications for EPA's 2015 Environmental Justice Small Grants (EJSG) Program has been extended to January 9, 2015. The EJSG Program provides funding for eligible applicants for projects that address local environmental and/or public health issues within an affected community.
You can influence the next Ten-Year Urban Forestry Action Plan for the National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council and the Community of Practice for 2016-2026. Speak Up: Your ideas will guide funding for the next decade of Urban and Community Forestry! This digital engagement will be available through December 12, 2014. For additional background information about the project, planning team, and process, visit http://www.urbanforestplan.org.
Join like-minded naturalists, teachers, and educators at the historic and famed Hog Island Audubon Camp in mid-coast Maine for a dynamic 5 1/2 day experience exploring habitats, natural history, and a great variety of teaching techniques and modalities. Wonderful food, scenery, networking, and staffing. 4.5 CEU units available. Sharing Nature: An Educator's Week July 19-24, 2015
Having been awarded a grant through the US State Department’s US-Russia Peer-to-Peer Dialogue Program, The Wetlands Institute (TWI), Wetland Link International (WLI) and Wetlands International Russia (WIR) have teamed up to generate a beneficial international dialogue between wetland centers in the US and Russia. This project is currently seeking six (6) wetland centers, divided equally between the US and Russia, to participate in an international exchange program and conference.
Deadline to apply is January 15, 2015.