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Older kids crouched to the ground, hands pulling weeds.
Photo Credit: Oxbow Eco-Center
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In this month's eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, Kirsi Johnson from St Lucie County, Florida, Environmental Resources Department & Oxbow Eco-Center shares how they were able to bring meaningful watershed experiences to students despite limitations caused by COVID-19.

An illustration of a colorful quilt with lightning bolts and at the bottom columns of Japanese script.
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How did one of the largest cities in Japan with a population of 3.75 million reduce garbage waste production by 43%? This GEEP case study sets out to investigate exactly how the Eco-Picture Diary Environmental Education Project reduced waste through effective environmental education.

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Where were your first steps outdoors? As a child, did you find yourself mesmerized by summer fireflies or with the icicles of winter? Reflections on early environmental experiences can provide environmental education professionals with renewed motivation. Share with us a memory and the value it has carried up to now, by writing a blog post on eePRO!

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This post is part of an eeRESEARCH Library reader engagement series. In collaboration with NAAEE, Duke University is highlighting recent research on relevant topics to help EE practitioners learn from academic literature. This month, we’ve pulled together information from eeRESEARCH summaries about positive conservation outcomes to celebrate a recent research project funded by eeWORKS.

Long exposure shot of stream. Ferns and moss alongside, with a snail.
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World Environment Day 2021 is all about ecosystem restoration, and documentaries are a great way to see the range of what that can look like! From rainforests in India to the island of Wasini, here are six powerful shorts to watch in the classroom with your students.