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MINE: Miller Integrated Nature Experience.

The Springfield Education Foundation supports an innovative class at Springfield High School that gives students a look at Oregon they may never see otherwise: The program combines nature writing, Oregon geography, leadership and exploration while providing a foundation for environmental consciousness and stewardship. See video here

Kootenay Boundary School District

This video series from British Columbia explores the teaching practice and pedagogy of teachers who support outdoor, experiential, inquiry-based and place-based learning opportunities for their students.

A Better Approach to Environmental Education

We won’t stop global warming if we don’t teach our youths to get involved. Sean Cain discusses an alternative approach to educating our young on environmental responsibility.

 

Idaho Envirothon

The Idaho Envirothon is held every April at the Living Waters Ranch in Challis. Eighty kids from 10 Idaho high schools participated in the scholastic competition in 2016. Weiser High School took the championship.

 

 

Interview with Gloria Snively

How to incorporate indigenous knowledge content into a post-secondary course.

 

 

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