|Three Teachers’ Tools Focused on Urban Forests, Trees, Water and Wildlife|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
Environmental education resources highlight relationship between cities and urban forests
ForestInfo.org, an online environmental education resource hub, announces three new additions to its Teachers' Tools directory. The resources address urban forests, trees, water and wildlife.
Natural Cities: Urban Forest Ecology Challenge
The full lesson plan is available for free at: http://www.forestinfo.org/node/560
Nature Works Everywhere: Urban Trees
The full lesson plan is available for free at: http://www.forestinfo.org/node/561
Nature Works Everywhere: Managing Salmon to Support Healthy Forests
The full lesson plan is available for free at: http://www.forestinfo.org/node/562
When considering environmental education resources for addition to the directory, ForestInfo.org evaluates all material based upon three important criteria. If the material meets these requirements it is then added to the ever-growing list.
"We are always looking to raise awareness of environmental education materials that help bring important natural resource and scientific concepts into the classroom," said Kathryn Fernholz, Executive Director of Dovetail Partners, the non-profit that hosts Forestinfo.org. "Our staff of natural resource professionals and experienced educators carefully review all materials before they are added to our directory of Teacher Tools."
The educational materials included at Forestinfo.org must be scientifically sound and address the following criteria:
To access the complete ForestInfo.org Teachers' Tools directory visit: http://www.forestinfo.org/teachers_tools/complete_list
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