As they watch wastewater being treated and test water quality in a stream near their school, high school and college students come to appreciate the importance of water quality.
How to put meaning back in your work.
How a “textbook of a record” is a classic example of the need to connect ecology and economy on campuses
An experiential lesson in practical chemistry, botany and art for Grades 4 to 6.
A lesson that puts the topic of evolution into the hands of your fourth through eighth grade students
A sequence of activities to teach the nutrient story to middle and high school students
How high school science teachers include outdoor activities in their lessons
How farm runoff threatens Lake Erie with unending algal blooms.
A country’s most valuable asset is its youth. When passionate about local concerns, they can provide the impetus for positive change and become environmental stewards.
How can students explore new and creative ways of portraying diverse ecosystems, particularly regarding places that most people will never see?