The Window into Green

by Mike Weilbacher With the new wave of interest in the environment, will we finally give students the tools they need to become environmentally literate citizens? In just a few weeks, high school seniors all around the United States will walk proudly across stages, hoisting their diplomas as they graduate from formal K–12 education. As […]

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Raising Awareness Through Service Learning:

Citizens for a Healthy Bay’s Junior Bay Ranger Program By Katrina Landau In 2003, the Washington State Legislature passed ESHB 1466 that established the Natural Science, Wildlife and Environmental Education Partnership Grant program under the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).   In the 2005-2006 inaugural year, Citizens for a Healthy Bay […]

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Restoration Planting: What’s the Rush?

Couple some basic curriculum organizers with focused questioning strategies to make your restoration projects coherent and effective environmental education experiences. by Jim Martin Environmental education should be a journey, one which captures our interest and imagination and leaves us with the tools to become effective stewards of the place where we live and work. Does […]

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