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----- Education Guide: Curricula -----


Connecticut River Curriculum Guide

The CT River Education Initiative curriculum is an interdisciplinary high school curriculum, made up of six watershed education modules, that stresses the importance of water and watersheds and focuses on the relationship between systems and processes.

 
WGBY/TV
44 Hampden St
Springfield, MA 01103
413-781-2801

Foodworks

Foodworks sponsors courses, workshops and guidebooks for developing a community-based curriculum focused on local natural and cultural heritage Common Roots Press.

 
Foodworks
64 Main St
Montpelier, VT 05602
802-223-1515

MA Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc.

The resources offered by MAC help to integrate agricultural issues into all subject areas. MAC provides teacher workshops, a 26-lesson curriculum, a video, education resource lists, and a mini-grant program. The website has lots of info/links.

 
MAC
P.O. Box 345
Seekonk, MA 02771
508-336-4426
Fax: 508-336-0682

MA Environmental Education Society

MA MEES promotes environmental education within MA and the surrounding region. Their site includes a variety of resources, though many are available only to registered users.

 
MA MEES
290 Turnpike Road, Box 105
Westborough, MA 01581
 

National Gardening Association

NGA provides educational materials for projects such as worm bins, hydroponic units, GrowLab indoor gardens and more. Catalog of materials is on-line.

 
NGA
180 Flynn Ave
Burlington, VT 05401
800-538-7476

Project WET

Project Wet addresses environmental issues using water, the water cycle and watersheds as the conceptual foundation. This is an activity-based curriculum that involves interactive decision-making and problem solving. K-12. Training workshop required.

 
Jim Lafley
MDC-Quabbin Reservoir
P.O. Box 628
Belchertown, MA 01007
413-323-7221 ext 403

Project Wild

Project Wild, from the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Law Enforcement, provides activities related to wildlife issues and ecosystem function. It is hands-on, activity based, and focuses on problem solving and decision-making. Training workshop required.

 
DFWELE
Field Headquarters
Westboro, MA 01581
508-792-7270

Project Aquatic Wild

Curriculum activities for the study of coastal and wetland systems and related wildlife from the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Law Enforcement. Training workshop required.

 
DFWELE
Field Headquarters
Westboro, MA 01581
508-792-7270

Project Learning Tree

PLT is an interdisciplinary, activity-based environmental education program based on forest ecology. Activities focus on the whole environment-land, air and water. Training workshop required.

 
DEM
Div of Forests and Parks
P.O. Box 829
Carlisle, MA 01741
617-727-9676 or
508-369-3350

Watershed Education Project

This project, also from DFWELE, aims to heighten awareness of the connections between students and their home watershed. This secondary school program involves macroinvertebrate sampling, water chemistry testing, land use issues and networking.

 
DFWELE
Field Headquarters
Westboro, MA 01581
508-792-7270
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