Connecting to Nature
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Puget Sound Estuarium visitors at low tide with trained naturalist.
Trained Beach Naturalists show up at local beaches during low tide to interpret tidal life and the intertidal ecosystem for the public. Photo courtesy of Puget Sound Estuarium.
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This post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States. In collaboration with NAAEE, Duke University is showcasing EE practices and advice from organizations on each coast while highlighting relevant research to help EE practitioners learn from academic literature.

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Opportunity

2022 Biodiversity Conservation Grant: Enhancing...

January 27, 2022

Submit your letter of intent for NEEF's 2022 Biodiversity Conservation Grant: Enhancing...

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Endangered Species Day 2022

January 26, 2022

The 17th annual Endangered Species Day will take place on Friday, May 20th, 2022 and nonprofits,...

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She Works Hard For The Honey

January 25, 2022

She Works Hard For The Honey– So Don’t Waste It!” is a new exhibit about the global effect of food...

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The Talking Tree

January 23, 2022

Have you ever wondered what a tree would say if it could talk? The Tweeting Tulip Tree is an...

Learning

Frick Environmental Center Educator Cohort [PAID...

January 21, 2022

Create lessons in your classroom based on real-life data! This is a paid opportunity for educators...

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Piedmont OE/EE Conference

January 21, 2022

Join YMCA Camp Thunderbird for our fourth annual Piedmont OE/EE Conference. We welcome all...

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