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Florida Marine Research Institute
Florida Marine Research Institute's site offers research and educational information on corals, manatees, sea turtles, right whales, red tide, fish, invertebrates, GIS mapping and more.
Florida Project WILD
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. The program is designed for educators of kindergarten through 12th grade students. Project WILD capitalizes on the natural interest that children and adults have in wildlife by providing hands-on activities that enhance student learning in all subject and skill areas.
GLOBE Program: Welcome
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment.
Great Lakes Adventure Software
Software program aimed at a youth audience (grades 9-12) - Take a virtual tour of the Great Lakes. Explore some of the environmental issues facing Great Lakes communities today. Investigate the natural history of the basin, the water cycle, stratification and turnover of the lakes.
Illinois DNR Division of Education
The Division of Education is responsible for the development, training, and dissemination of educational programs and events; and for providing hands-on outdoor education and recreational programming for park visitors.
Illinois DNR Stuff for Teachers
Illinois DNR Stuff for Teachers page contains information for teachers regarding curriculum, activities and workshops
Integrating Conservation in Family and Consumer Sciences
Conservation for Family and Consumer Sciences is designed to assist family and consumer science teachers with integrating conservation concepts and understandings into their curricular areas. It includes many concepts already covered in the classroom.
Iowa DNR - Education Resources
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources education information page.
Iowa DNR Educator/Youth Leader page
Lists field trip locations, educational resources/activity manuals, and workshop/training opportunities
The Iowa Envirothon - The program is designed to cultivate a desire to learn more about Iowa's natural resources and environmental issues through competitive events. - The DNR assists the Conservation Districts of Iowa in co-sponsoring the Iowa Envirothon. The Iowa Envirothon is the state affiliate of North America’s largest high school environmental program, the Canon Envirothon. The program encourages students to integrate and apply knowledge and skills learned in agriculture, biology, botany, chemistry, earth science, zoology, and other areas of study in Iowa’s high schools. Students can compete in regional and national competitions to earn awards and prizes.
The Mission of The JASON Project is to excite and engage students in science and technology, and to motivate and provide professional development for their teachers through the use of advanced interactive telecommunications.
Kansas Aquatic Education
The small, freckle-faced 6-year-old boy with wispy-brown hair bit his lip as he struggled and grunted with his task at hand. He had just hooked his first fish and was intent on landing it, oblivious to the shrieks and cheers of other children around him. He finally beached his prize, a fat and flopping 2-pound channel catfish, and smiled with an ear-to-ear grin worth a thousand words. This is a scene replayed countless times by many children during fishing clinics sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
Kansas Investigate Your Environment
The Kansas Association for Conservation and Education (KACEE) was established in 1969 for the purpose of promoting effective environmental education throughout Kansas. IYE is co-sponsored by the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education (KACEE) and the Kansas Forest Service.
Kansas Nature's Notebook
Nature's Notebook is a collection of features from the "Wild Currents" section of Kansas Wildlife and Parks Magazine. The notebook provides educators with information sheets, hands-on activities, and wildlife lessons. Reprints are available upon request.
Kansas On T.R.A.C.K.S. - Teaching Resource Activities and Conservation to Kansas
The On T.R.A.C.K.S. (Teaching Resource Activities and Conservation to Kansas Students) newsletter provides educators with information and resources to assist children in developing an understanding and awareness of their natural environment.