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Maine Educational Programs/Information
Maine Educational Programs/Information - Project WILD, teacher resources, curriculum, Maine Conservation Camps, Hooked on Fishing and more
Maine Project WILD
Maine Project WILD homepage - find information here about the program, events and schedule.
Maine Wildlife Programs for Schools
Our Wildlife Programs are expanding this year to include more sessions at Swan Island in Richmond. During the 2002 school year over 3000 children participated in programs at the Pine Tree Arboretum, the Maine Wildlife Park and Swan Island. Swan Island is a unique experience that I'm sure you and your students will enjoy. It is a bit more difficult to get to, but well worth the extra effort. Hope to see you at either the Arboretum, Wildlife Park, or the Island this year. Remember, register your classes early!
Marine Biology Learning Center -Online Science Courses
Comprehensive resources on marine science related topics including coral reef biology, biodiversity, bleaching, fishes, ecology, animal behavior, dolphins, and oceanography
Marine Research Opportunities in South Carolina
For more than ten years, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources- Marine Resources Division, has been providing research experiences for undergraduate minority students through its summer internship program. Students have the opportunity to conduct high quality research with dedicated scientists and learn new and exciting information about marine sciences. They can also develop skills in scientific literature review, project development, data processing and analysis, report writing and oral presentation.
Maryland DNR Teacher's Professional Development
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources offers a wide variety of accredited continuing education opportunities for teachers and other educators.
Maryland Educational Materials and Programs Directory
Using the Educational Materals and Programs directory enables you to quickly find out about educational programs and resources from across the web site.
Maryland High School Students Page
Maryland Department of Natural Resources High School Students Page - Information and activities for high school students.
Maryland Natural Resources Classroom Resources
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources provides teachers with a variety of classroom resources. In addition, DNR offers many outdoor activities and funding opportunities.
Maryland Natural Resources Fun Facts
A collection of information about the wide varitey of fish you can find in the state of Maryland. To the right are listings of fish and aquatic life that we have information available about. The individual fact sheets will give you information about where you could find the organism, what they eat, breeding patterns and identification information.
Maryland Natural Resources K-8 Activities
Department of Natural Resources K-8 Activities - DNR offers many interesting and exciting activities just for you!
Maryland Natural Resources Stewardship Education - teachers' page
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is committed to enhancing the natural resources stewardship ethic of all Maryland citizens. That is why we offer a variety of services for K-12 students, teachers, and other Maryland residents:
Massachusetts Wildlife Education Programs
MassWildlife supports a wide array of educational programs ranging from teacher training and classroom presentations to special programs on wildlife, recreation and the outdoors. Programs are designed for students, youth groups, scouts and adults.
Missouri Environmental Educational Publications
Department of Natural Resources, Documents concerning natural resource conservation and education specific to Missouri. We offer over 600 environmental, energy and historic preservation publications free of charge to Missouri households, including the quarterly magazine Missouri Resources.
Missouri Habitactics CD-ROM
Play Habitactics the CD-ROM game that gives you the chance to manage a wildlife habitat. Choose between habitats like caves, wooded areas and other places animals like to live. Plan your strategy for making the habitat a place for wildlife