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New Hampshire Wildlife Education Programs
New Hampshire Wildlife Education Programs - an online directory of resources

New Jersey Environmental Education Materials and Instructional Aides
New Jersey DEP has a wide variety of education materials and training aids available. Check this page to find out what is useful to you.

New Jersey Environmental Education Plan
The field of environmental education (EE), directed towards youth, families and individuals, has been a component of statewide programming supported by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) since the early 1980s.
Download PDF File: NJ DEP Strategic Plan

New Jersey Environmental Education Resources WebSite
New Jersey's Environmental Education Directory WebSite is an online catalog of environmental education resources available through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

New Jersey Marine Education Resource Guide
This guide includes a list of more than 350 education-related resources for teachers wishing to integrate topics related to marine, coastal and wetlands environments into their curriculum activities. There is no charge for this guide.

New Jersey Project WILD Workshop Schedule
Workshop schedule for Project WILD in New Jersey.

New Jersey Project WILD, Aquatic WILD and WILD School Sites
The goal of of New Jersey's Project WILD/Aquatic WILD/WILD School Sites is to assist learners of any age in developing awareness, knowledge, skills, and commitment to result in informed decisions, responsible behavior and constructive actions concerning wildlife and the environment upon which life depends.

New Mexico Conservation Education
Wildlife trunks on a variety of wildlife species are available for loan to educators. Trunks often contain skulls, skeletal parts such as antlers, horns, etc., hides, scat, tracks, videos, children's literature and a Teachers Guide.

New Mexico Conservation Education Activity Guides
These are free workshops scheduled to be held in various locations around the state. In most cases, the materials are also free.

New York - Help Your Environment
A suggestion of projects students can do to help improve their environment.

New York Environmental Education Materials and Trainings For Teachers and Youth
DEC offers training for teachers and youth leaders, and can provide printed materials to help guide lessons on environmental issues

New York State Becoming an Outdoors-Woman
This nationwide program provides women with information, encouragement and hands-on instruction in outdoor skills, such as fishing, rifle, shotgun, archery, deer and turkey hunting,

North Carolina CATCH Aquatic Convservation Workshops
Workshops for educators, resource staff and youth leaders are offerings in the N.C. CATCH (Caring For Aquatics Through Conservation Habits).

North Carolina Environmental Education - Resources for the Public
Environmental education is not just for students. It is for everyone! We all make decisions every day, at work and at home, that effect our environment. It is up to everyone to be aware of and knowledgeable about the world we live in, be informed about environmental issues in their area, and have the skills needed to get involved. The Office of Environmental Education can help you be a more informed citizen of North Carolina.

North Carolina Environmental Education Centers
Environmental Education center is defined as "any facility open to the public with programs and resources which promote environmental education through programs and processes that increase awareness, knowledge, and skills, and result in understanding, making informed decisions, taking constructive action, and making the commitment to ensure stewardship of all interdependent parts of the earth's environment." The Office of EE identifies and promotes these centers throughout North Carolina.

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