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From the Swamp to the Superdome: Students Connect the Coast to the Big Game

On a recent Sunday morning, sixteen students from Dillard University and the University of New Orleans joined us on a boat trip to learn about coastal land loss and flood …

Sustainable Squires: Sustainability Education and Practice in Newburgh, Indiana

The students of Castle North Middle School (CNMS) located in Newburgh, Indiana are working hard to make their school a more sustainable place to learn and take action.  Through a …

Swimming with Salmon, Splashing with Beavers

Preparing for our beaver pond vigil, Professor Phil Brick expressed some doubt that a group of nearly two dozen lively and excited college students would be able to sit silently …

Students Make a Hands-on Difference for Monarchs!

Close to 20,000 school children from Minnesota to Texas are digging in deep to restore monarch butterfly and pollinator habitat.  In some cases, students had never grown flowers from seed …

Bringing the Joy of the Forest to the City

10 Ways National Wildlife Federation Education Programs Are Helping Wildlife

Breaking Routines: Outdoor Learning in Texas School Districts

When Nature and Digital Screens Click

Are your kids indoors playing electronic games and watching too much television? For years, parents have been told that video games, TV, movies, and digital devices will make their kids …

How Spending Time Outdoors Can Boost Student Academic Potential

School is back, and with it come parents’ concerns for their child’s academic performance. Parents want what is best for their kids and, in order to ensure a successful future, …

The Green Team Superheroes of Wilmot Elementary School

They started the school year off as just fourteen students but ended as a group of Superheroes! The student-led Green Team – created last year – focuses on leadership and hands-on …

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