Ideas for an environmental club, activities, Earth Day, etc.


(SHN) is a  Connecticut-based collaborative effort dedicated to promoting 'hands-on' environmental education on school property.
   
Has encouraged educators and others to create and conserve wildlife habitat since the inception of their Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program in 1973. In 1995, The National Wildlife Federation the Schoolyard Habitats project was formally created to focus specifically on assisting schools, teachers, students and community members in the use of school grounds as learning sites for wildlife conservation and cross-curricular learning.
   
Has been dedicated to connecting people with nature through the enhancement of healthy natural environments in schools and communities across Canada. Their mission is to support and inspire community action that promotes the connection between a sustainable natural environment and healthy communities.
  
Is committed to working as a partner with Minnesota schools and communities, using local nature areas to further environmental education and benefit the environment through grants, training, and resource support.
  
A day set aside to celebrate the schoolyard as an exciting, alternative classroom. Join school communities throughout North America and all over the world in celebrating and recognizing the schoolyard as a fantastic educational resource.
   
An excellent source of gardening information on the Web. It hosts garden exchanges, articles, contests, a plant database, the Web's largest garden related glossary and online catalogs.
   
This website provides access to a variety of composting educational materials and programs developed at Cornell University.

Promoting urban food production and environmental conservation.
   
Association's annual youth garden grants to schools, neighborhood groups, community centers, camps, clubs, treatment facilities, and intergenerational programs throughout the United States.


Schoolyards and Habitat Restoration
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This page was last updated on: August 26, 2001

(SHN) is a  Connecticut-based collaborative effort dedicated to promoting 'hands-on' environmental education on school property.
   
Has encouraged educators and others to create and conserve wildlife habitat since the inception of their Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program in 1973. In 1995, The National Wildlife Federation the Schoolyard Habitats project was formally created to focus specifically on assisting schools, teachers, students and community members in the use of school grounds as learning sites for wildlife conservation and cross-curricular learning.
   
Has been dedicated to connecting people with nature through the enhancement of healthy natural environments in schools and communities across Canada. Their mission is to support and inspire community action that promotes the connection between a sustainable natural environment and healthy communities.
  
Is committed to working as a partner with Minnesota schools and communities, using local nature areas to further environmental education and benefit the environment through grants, training, and resource support.
  
A day set aside to celebrate the schoolyard as an exciting, alternative classroom. Join school communities throughout North America and all over the world in celebrating and recognizing the schoolyard as a fantastic educational resource.
   
An excellent source of gardening information on the Web. It hosts garden exchanges, articles, contests, a plant database, the Web's largest garden related glossary and online catalogs.
   
This website provides access to a variety of composting educational materials and programs developed at Cornell University.

Promoting urban food production and environmental conservation.
   
Association's annual youth garden grants to schools, neighborhood groups, community centers, camps, clubs, treatment facilities, and intergenerational programs throughout the United States.


Environmental Clubs Resources
  

Ideas for an environmental club, activities, Earth Day, etc.


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