Environmental Education

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Ferry Beach Ecology School

Ferry Beach Ecology School (FBES) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to providing ecological education to grades three through eight. FBES naturalists take students to a variety of ecosystems including ocean dunes and beaches, forests, rocky tidepools and salt marshes.
http://www.fbes.org

New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

DES offers a variety of environmental education programs and publications for classroom teachers and nature educators and leaders. In addition to structured curriculums, fact sheets and videos, DES can provide speakers for classroom demonstrations and discussions. Tours of working areas of environmental protection can also be arranged.
http://des.nh.gov/programs/index.htm

Water Education for Teachers (WET)

NH Project WET is available to all educators and youth group leaders. WET Workshop participants receive six hours of instruction, the 500+ page Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, supplemental water resource education materials, and professional development credits.
http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/dwgb/wet/index.htm

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

From bears to bobcats, owls to otters, the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center provides everyone with an opportunity to see wildlife close up and learn about their habitats.
http://www.nhnature.org

GLOBE

Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) is a worldwide network of students, teachers and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment. Students and teachers from over 9,800 schools in more than 95 countries are working with research scientists to learn more about our planet.
http://www.globe.gov

Project Wild and Project Wild Aquatic

Project Wild is an exciting supplementary wildlife education curriculum available to teachers who participate in a six-hour workshop. Project Wild is a set of lively, hands-on, diverse and instructionally sound education activities offered in the form of a guide for teachers. Project Wild is coordinated by the N.H. Fish and Game Department and is offered at locations throughout the state.
http://www.wildnh.com/Education/project_WILD.htm

Center for Marine Conservation

The Center for Marine Conservation sponsors programs that help to protect ocean ecosystems and conserve the global abundance and diversity of marine wildlife. Through science-based advocacy, research and public education, CMC informs, inspires and empowers people to speak and act for the oceans.
http://www.cmc-ocean.org