Professional Development for Educators and Youth Leaders
Growing Up WILD – Full of great ideas for introducing young learners, ages 3-7, to nature and the outdoors.
Kindergarten through High School
- Project WILD and WILD Aquatic - Educators, K-12, get the attention of your students by integrating wildlife into your lessons and programs.
- Field Investigations - Learn how to engage your students in exploring, observing and investigating the natural world.
- Summer Teacher Workshops - Immerse yourself in learning by attending summer sessions focusing on a variety of topics including GIS, watersheds, field investigations, building science literacy and exploring schoolyards.
- Below Zero - Instead of feeling the winter blahs, introduce your K-12 students to the basics of winter ecology with the help of a variety of fun activities
- Resource materials for educators
Middle and High School
- Watershed Education Program (WEP) - A free Middle and High School program which provides students the opportunity to pursue Citizen Scientist studies of the aquatic ecosystems in their own watershed.
- Furbearer Fundamentals - Use this unique curriculum to integrate middle school science and social studies.
Conferences and Exhibits
Teachers - Conferences and exhibits will be listed here as they become available.
Conservation Education Training Resources
- Project WET (Department of Environmental Services)
- NH Project Learning Tree
- New England Environmental Education Alliance
- UNH Cooperative Extension
- Amoskeag Fishways
- NH Environmental Educators (NHEE)
- Great Bay Discovery Center