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Inside the Spring 2019 issue

Reclaiming Spaces
by Sprinavasa Brown | Page 8

Advice for White Environmentalists and Nature Educators
by Sprinavasa Brown | Page 11

Earth Connections: Science Through the Seasons
by Shea Scribner | Page 12

Embracing the Unfamiliar Through Adventurous Eating with an Equity Lens
by Caroline Bargo | Page 15

Utilizing Hanford for STEM Science Lessons
by Ginger Wireman | Page 18

Making Science Engaging at Camp
by Ellie Korthius | Page 21

Poetry and Science Inquiry
by Jim Martin | Page 25

EE Activities K-12

EE Activities F17EE Activities F17 K-12 Environmental Education Activities Here are some ideas, separated into grade levels and subject areas, that you can use to instill environmental learning when you are looking for something to fill a gap in your activity plan....

Ear to the Ground

Ear to the Ground

Robert Steelquist: Coastal Explorer Robert Steelquist is a native Pacific Northwest writer, photographer, naturalist, and environmental educator with a 40-year career introducing learners to the nature of the Northwest. He has led hundreds on nature walks, backpacking...

Confronting a World of Wounds:

Confronting a World of Wounds:

Aldo Leopold famously wrote,"One of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of wounds." As environmental educators, we must ask ourselves what we are giving our students that equips them to deal with this harsh reality. by Nick...

Earth Connections: Science Through the Seasons

Earth Connections: Science Through the Seasons

Science Through the Seasons by Shea Scribner Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center Carnation WA igns of the shifting seasonal cycle are all around us. Children are especially keen to notice and appreciate the changing colors of leaves, frantic activities of squirrels,...

Empowering Female Voices

Empowering Female Voices

  Brave with Braids Empowering young female voices By Jennifer Allen uthor Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s words have been echoing in my head recently; “We teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller, we say to girls, ‘You can have ambition, but not...

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