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Cecropia Caterpillar
"Gravity" by Sam Jaffe of The Caterpillar Lab
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The Caterpillar Lab uses native New England caterpillars to help people see the natural value of their backyards, neighborhoods, and green spaces. Loaded with photographs, videos, informational documents, a blog, and other resources, The Caterpillar Lab's website is a space for anyone to learn about caterpillars' lives. Find it at www.thecaterpillarlab.org.

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Beetles: Science and Teaching for Field Instructors
BEETLES: Science and Teaching for Field Instructors
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BEETLES is devoted to infusing outdoor science programs with research-based approaches and tools to improve science teaching and learning. Resources include: versatile environmental education professional learning materials; student activities for use in the field; "how-to" videos; and additional support for program leaders, field instructors, and classroom teachers. All BEETLES resources are based on current research and understandings about how people learn, and tested by dozens of programs in diverse settings all over the country (and beyond!). Learn more on the newly updated BEETLES website: beetlesproject.org

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Dust Bowl Graphing Activity
Dust Bowl Graphing Activity
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This activity presents some temperature and precipitation data from a year immediately before the Dust Bowl drought, and another in the middle of it.

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Advice From Nature Environmental Education Master Plan
Advice From Nature Environmental Education Master Plan
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The environmental education plan is designed as an interdisciplinary program to develop environmental literacy.

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“Building Bridges: Connecting Diaspora Armenian Students with Their Environmental Heritage” is an exciting ATP program that helps students learn about Armenia’s natural heritage. Click away to explore this website designed for you to learn about Armenia’s environment.

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