(US Fish & Wildlife Service)The Schoolyard Habitat program helps teachers and students create wildlife habitat on school grounds. Habitat is the collective term for the food, water, shelter and nursery areas that all wildlife needs to survive. The loss of habitat is one of the greatest threats facing wildlife today.
This project provides professional development opportunities and comprehensive online resources featuring detailed information and instructions to enable students, teachers, administrators & school facilities personnel to effectively plan, utilize and sustain a vast variety of environmental projects on school grounds.
Science. Restoration. Partnership.The Chesapeake Bay Program is a unique regional partnership that brings together leaders and experts from a vast range of agencies and organizations.
This plan for collaboration across the Bay’s political boundaries establishes goals and outcomes for the restoration of the Bay, its tributaries and the lands that surround them.
Enable students in the region to graduate with the knowledge and skills to act responsibly to protect and restore their local watershed.
The Education Workgroup provides a forum for cross-jurisdictional coordination and support on all aspects of environmental education.
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