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In June 2018, three educational researchers, Beth Short, Binyu Yang, and Mary Ellen Wolfinger from the George Washington University’s Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy traveled to Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska to meet with community members about involving urban Alaskan youth in the digital environmental storytelling project #60above60.

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Tiny Trees Preschool is looking for a passionate Lead Teacher to join our team! This is a 40 hour position in an all-outdoor classroom in Kirkland, WA. Position begins immediately! Help us provide more students with a joyfully muddy childhood in the great outdoors.

Deadline to Apply:

Friday, August 31, 2018, 11:00pm

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Kirkland, WA
United States
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The Maine Environmental Education Association (MEEA) is hiring its first executive director. A thriving, professional EE association, MEEA is looking for the leader who will continue and build upon MEEA’s growth of recent years. MEEA has had notable success in developing innovative leadership programs that nurture emerging environmental leaders, helping build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environmental sector. The position is 50% FTE, with grant funding committed for three years.

Deadline to Apply:

Saturday, September 1, 2018, 12:00am

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ME
United States
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BSWC members develop projects to improve local water resources, such as watershed inventories, stream and riparian restoration, re-vegetation projects, drought planning, water quality/quantity monitoring, riparian fencing, river clean-ups, abandoned mine reclamation, and irrigation improvements throughout Montana. Members also provide education and outreach to a variety of stakeholders.

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Sunday, September 9, 2018, 11:00pm

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All over Montana, MT
United States
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This position works with the Director of Education and the ECO (Educating Children Outdoors) staff on developing and implementing ECO in area public schools. The ECO staff help to continue NBNC’s mission by providing informative and experiential programs for schools participating in ECO here in central Vermont. ECO is a long term nature immersion program designed for public schools. Teachers and students learn outdoors every week for half to full days in the green spaces in their community.

Deadline to Apply:

Friday, August 31, 2018, 12:15am

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Montpelier, VT
United States
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The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is seeking a Team Lead, Gallery Interpreter for our Education & Programs department. As part of the Education & Programs Division, the Team Lead, Gallery Interpreter works closely with the manager to provide onsite leadership, scheduling, and coaching support to the interpretation staff, including volunteers at the Natural History Family of Museums.

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Los Angeles, CA
United States
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The Community Education Coordinator develops, enhances, and implements programming in adult education, coordinates and instructs classes, manages the Volunteer Pruning Corps training program, and ensures staff and volunteers stay up to date with the cutting-edge urban forestry information. The Community Education Coordinator serves as a member of the Education Team, engaging both internal and external stakeholders, ensuring educational outcomes promote Casey Trees’ mission of restoring, enhancin

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Washington, DC
United States
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This position will be based out of our Tulsa office. However, our Oklahoma City office location can be a consideration for the right candidate. The Director of Conservation oversees all aspects of conservation, protection, science, stewardship, and property management for Oklahoma. Provides scientific leadership and support for TNC’s conservation planning work and establishes overall conservation priorities.

Deadline to Apply:

Friday, September 7, 2018, 11:00pm

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OK
United States
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This GS-02 Human Dimensions focused Biological Science Aid primarily assists with natural resources conservation outreach programming for Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, and cooperative tasks with the non-profit Friends of the Florida Panther Refuge.

Deadline to Apply:

Friday, August 31, 2018, 11:45pm

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Immokalee, FL
United States
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This playful lesson plan includes three hands-on activities designed to grow young learners’ understanding of the relationships between plants and pollinators, and spark their interest in these important living things. Students will play a matching game to discover why hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies choose the flowers they do, “fly” pollinators around the classroom in search of nectar, and use their senses to explore diversity in nature. This lesson plan is made to be adapted, and includes suggestions for extensions and additions to fit the needs of every classroom.

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Classroom, Lesson Plan

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