A new sport is sweeping the North Williamsburg waterfront! Putting Green has put (pun intended) together a 18-hole mini-golf course that has been designed by local artists and designers, community and school groups, environmental advocacy organizations and public agencies in the city to educate and engage residents on climate change and environmental issues.
Perfectly in time for National Forest Week, Project Learning Tree’s new Forest Literacy Framework translates the complex language of forests, trees, forest practices, and sustainable forest management into concepts that everyone should know by the time they graduate from high school.
For K-12 Educators teaching horticulture, a related biology field, or plan to directly utilize Pacific Horticulture content in a K-12 learning setting. If you are teaching in a community setting without a school affiliation, request a free membership: email@example.com
Have you heard of beaver restoration? It's the latest trend sweeping California! Local projects so far have demonstrated unanticipated benefits in timeliness, cost, and ecological impact, as reported by The Sacramento Bee.
Modern GIS-based mapping can lend to sustainable decision making. The United Nations and the International Cartographic Association have published "Mapping for a Sustainable World," which shares best practices, conventions, and explanations for how different mapping techniques reveal spatio-temporal patterns.
Published by the Hispanic Access Foundation in July 2021, this report explores places in the United States that embody the architectural, cultural and deep historical roots of the Latino community and provides recommendations to address the lack of representation of Latino heritage sites.
The publication contains twenty-three examples of activities that have been implemented all over the world through the Learning about Forests programme. By collecting and sharing these stories we aim to promote outdoor education, inspiring schools and teachers on how to use nature as a classroom.
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.