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Teaching environmental justice across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Teachers and parents can address issues of racism, public health and climate change by teaching environmental justice

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Online Environmental Education Resources for Caregivers

Running list of online resources that may be useful for Caregivers during school closures.

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Online Environmental Education Resources for Students

Running list of online resources that may be useful for Students during school closures.

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Online Environmental Education Resources for Educators

Running list of online resources that may be useful to Educators during school closures.

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How to Give Students a Voice

Learn about the importance of youth voice and explore strategies of how to incorporate it into your instruction.

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Students Lead the Charge: Wicomico 6th Graders Address Environmental Issues Close to Home

Pickering Creek’s Audubon Chesapeake Exploration (ACE) program partners with NOAA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education & Training Program to offer MWEEs to Wicomico County 6th Graders during the 2019-2020 school year.

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Nature Play for Young Explorers

Learn more about Nature Play and the new Nature Discovery Area at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center in Harford County, Maryland.

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Environmental Education Grant Program - Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is accepting applications for 2020 Environmental Education Grants. Applications are due December 31st. A free Application Guidelines Webinar is being hosted November 18th.

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RiverTools - A Maintenance Training Kit for Schools

RiverSmart Schools is the District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment’s model program demonstrating the integration of innovative stormwater management solutions with the schoolyard conservation. The Chesapeake Water Environment Association (cwea) will host a one-hour webinar to inform schools of best practices for implementing low impact development projects on school grounds.

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Explore and Restore Maryland Streams Teacher Workshops

Join teachers and students from all around Maryland in taking action to care for Maryland’s streams. As a key part of Bay restoration, students from grades K-12 are adopting, investigating, and taking action to restore the health of their local stream. The program will introduce your students to the amazing natural features of streams right in their own communities, making rigorous learning as much fun as it is beneficial.

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