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Garden of Wisdom

News release submission for CLEARING Magazine – February 2017 The Garden of Wisdom A peace-building program among environmental educators and conservationists in the Middle East inspires children to love and nurture the natural world. Please help us to publish our first book, The Garden of Wisdom: Middle Eastern Stories for Environmental Stewardship. s professionals who […]

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Environmental Education: The Science of Learning and Doing

Environmental Education: The Science of Learning and Doing by Cecelia Bosma Trinity Lutheran School Litchfield, Arizona     e live on a planet with limited resources that are often consumed without caution. Finding ways to engage students in pro-environmental behaviors that conserve these limited resources rather than take them for granted is a priority for […]

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Careers in Conservation: From Tadpoles to Teaching

This post is from a series of stories from women who work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Kim Flotlin who is a biologist in the Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Office. The original post can be found at by Kim Flotlin t began with a tadpole. I was three years old, and […]

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5 Ideas, Programs, or Resources You Should Know About

1. Next Generation Science Standards NSTA offers the final version of the Next Generation Science Standards.  These standards establish learning expectations in science for K–12 students combining three important dimensions—science and engineering practices, disciplinary core ideas, and crosscutting concepts. 2. Discover Your World with NOAA This free activity book introduces The Essential Principles of […]

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