Produced in partnership by the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) and the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), this guide covers the how and why of advocating for outdoor learning spaces during the fall of 2020 and throughout 2021.
This is an online educational space spanning K-12, with resources that are fun, engaging, and focused on connecting kids to nature, protecting wildlife, and conserving habitat. The resources are categorized by learning activities, videos and read alouds, Ranger Rick®, and arts and crafts.
Whether in a backyard, on a stoop, or in a window box, anybody can make a little native plant garden to support pollinators and other wildlife. Please join the National Wildlife Federation and American Littoral Society educator Alexandra Kanonik - Friday, June 5th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm EST - for a virtual tour of Alexandra's backyard garden in Brooklyn.
Join a National Wildlife Federation YouTube Live event, "The Most Dangerous Glacier on Earth," on Thursday, April 30th @ 3:30pm EST with Brooklyn middle school teacher and Antarctic researcher, Sarah Slack
Please join the National Wildlife Federation and American Littoral Society educators - Tuesday, April 28th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm - to learn how dunes, intact wetlands, and other forms of nature-based infrastructure, can protect cities from coastal storms.
Please join the National Wildlife Federation and American Littoral Society educators on Monday, April 27th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm for an exciting virtual field trip into the interior of Jamaica Bay, New York City's estuary.
The National Wildlife Federation is currently accepting applications for the NWF EcoLeaders Equity and Justice Research Fellowship. This fellowship will focus on researching nationwide sustainability and leadership initiatives in higher education through equity and justice frameworks.