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- Air Pollution: What's the Solution?: An educational project for students, grades 6 - 12, that uses online real time data to guide student discovery of the science behind the causes and effects of ground level ozone.
- Air Quality Lesson Plans and Data (K-12): Material designed to provide Texas educators with the background, activities and resources to teach the subject of air quality in the classroom.
- Bridging the Border Education Project: Aims to develop environmental education resources using the River Tweed (UK) as a focus. Website has curriculum outlines relevant to both the Scottish and English curricula, events, things to do, and relevant internet links.
- Earth Partnership for Schools: Schoolyard Habitat Restoration: Guides to conducting class activities and projects in ecological restoration, teacher summer institutes, woodland restoration curriculum for teachers, newsletter, and other curriculum resources. From UW-Madison Arboretum.
- EarthCare: Activity-based, curriculum-aligned environmental education program focusing on energy conservation, waste reduction, and water conservation. Includes news, events, resources, and energy saving tips.
- Eelgrass Habitat: Eelgrass habitat centered curricula emphasizing vocabulary with a student activity and self-test. Grades 7 - 10.
- Exploring the Environment: On-line educational modules from the NASA Classroom of the Future.
- Gulf of Mexico Educator Resources: A collection of curricula, lesson plans, activities, and tutorials sponsored by the USEPA.
- HLMA's "Sustaining Penn's Woods" curriculum: Pennsylvania-specific forest education program developed for 5th-10th grade teachers to meet PA's academic standards for environment and ecology.
- Hands-on Experiments to Test for Acid Mine Drainage: Teaches kids about acid mine drainage and other environmental topics through a series of hands-on experiments.
- KHS-AP Environmental Science: Advanced Placement Environmental Sciences site at Kingston High School, New York, includes information on labs, field trips, and other class content.
- Nature Transformed: The Environment in American History: Teacher resources and topical essays on a wide range of topics in American environmental history.
- Photo Synthesis Productions: This site describes the work of a non-profit filmmaking collective dedicated to making environmental issues engaging and relevant, especially to youth.
- Project Wild: Information about and sample materials from an interactive, interdisciplinary wildlife conservation and environmental education curriculum. Supported by U.S. natural `resource` agencies, designed for U.S. K-12 use.
- Soil Safari: An educational project exploring and learning about soil, water resources, ecosystems, and the landscape. Free expedition packs (traversing England's Lower Kennet Valley) are available together with teacher's notes. Target audience is 8-11 year-olds.
- Stuff for Teachers: Activity guides and other materials from the Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources. Topics include ecology, wildlife and water.
- The Bean Files: A science teaching `resource` for upper primary students, emphasizing sustainable agriculture. Focus is on 'Downsanup Downs', a farm in the grain belt of Western Australia. From the Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture.
- The Countryside Foundation for Education: A UK educational charity that aims to inform and encourage debate about the countryside. Offers "Brings the Countryside into the Classroom" teaching materials for primary and secondary schools and in-service teacher training sessions.
- The Leopold Education Project: An innovative, critical thinking, conservation and environmental education curriculum based on the classic writings of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold.
- Water Cycle Education: Education about the water cycle, water treatment and sewage. Offers curriculum resources for geography, science, math, and history.