A sunrise on the Bay may be the perfect inspiration for your students to spring into action. Photo by Annie Markwith.
Spring Field Experiences
Principals Just Want to Have Fun . . . While They Learn Outside!
27,000 Gallons of Polluted Runoff!
Student Shows How to Lead a Green Club
CBF's Osprey Tracking Project allows students and teachers to track birds���ones they have seen during field experiences at CBF's Port Isobel Island or Arthur Sherwood Education Centers���from their home and classroom computers. Tie your time outside with the osprey to college and career skills like communication and collaboration. Check out our osprey tracking project now! Above photo by Bob Quinn.
Where Do We Grow From Here?
You use real world data and real world issues to teach your students, so this package of resources and lessons, designed to involve teachers and students in authentic government and environmental issues, is ideal. This guide includes detailed instructional background, as well as the data, maps, and other resources referenced in each lesson. It is accompanied by examples of action or service learning projects. Check it out!
Event: Longwood University Eco-April Events
Event: Save the Bay 2014 Photo Contest
Event: Carroll County Tree Planting
Event: Run for the Bay 5k
Event: Big Pipe Creek Wetland & Tree Planting
Event: Annacostia Youth Summit
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