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Fishermen Promote Habitat Education and Protection
The F.I.S.H. Habitat Education Program involves fishermen nationwide in efforts to educate their peers, school children, and the public at large about the habitat problems facing coastal fish and what can be done to curtail this loss
Grants: U.S. EPA EnvEd Center
US EPA's grant information for teachers and others
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.
Great Lakes Ecopages: U.S. EPA Student Center
Great Lakes Ecological Protection and Restoration information center
Great Lakes Environment - USEPA
A key source of Great Lakes environmental information brought to you by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Locate Your Watershed
Environmental Protection Agency's Locate Your Watershed - an invaluable site exploring America's Water Resources with an emphasis on the quality of our Nation's Water features powerful searching, mapping, database querying, and informative hot links.
Multicultural Anglers Project
Citizens for a Better Environment (CBE) developed its Multicultural Anglers Project (the Project), funded in part by a grant from the San Francisco Estuary Project. Through the Project, CBE prepared multilingual education and outreach materials and disseminated them to people who regularly fish for food in South San Francisco Bay. This page is part of the EPA's "cook book" of successful environmental projects, ideas and solutions pioneered by communities, organizations, businesses and governments across the country. They are provided here to inspire replications, variations and new ideas for those facing similar issues.
NEPA - National Environmental Protection Act
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires federal agencies to integrate environmental values into their decision making processes by considering the environmental impacts of their proposed actions and reasonable alternatives to those actions. To meet this requirement, federal agencies prepare a detailed statement known as an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Officer Snook Marine Project
Officer Snook is an environmental program aimed at making students aware of marine pollution, the effects pollution has on our water content, animal and plant populations, and human safety.
Sport Fishing in America: EPA Makes a Difference in FY97
An article describing the impact the EPA had on sportfishing in the US during 1997
Stream Corridor Restoration National Showcase Watersheds
Showcase projects in the EPA's Stream Corridor Restoration program.
Summary of Clean Water Act: U.S. EPA Region 5
This is a summary of the Clean Water Act and its impact and implementation in U.S. EPA Region 5.
Surf Your Watershed: U.S. EPA Student Center
A service to help you find, use and share information about your watershed and its environmental quality.
Teacher Workshops and Conferences: U.S. EPA EnvEd Center
What's happening in the field of environmental education? Is there training you can attend to enhance your teaching skills? Explore this page to find out about opportunities in your area. You'll also discover unique programs designed to connect students and teachers across the country.
U.S. EPA Environmental Education Center
The Environmental Education Center is a collection of fact sheets, brochures, and web pages that you can use to explain environmental issues. These resources offer basic and clear information to assist you in teaching your students about the environment.