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  • Backyard Nature - Nature study basics, with an emphasis on backyard plants and animals. Includes a section on naming and classification, list making, and "why bother with nature?"
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  • BLM Learning Landscapes - U.S. Bureau of Land Management educational resources and classroom materials on natural resources management, including wildlife, ecosystems, invasive species, and other topics.
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  • EcoEducation Center - Offers green job and career training, curriculum development, and in-house personnel training. Courses include Recycling Entrepreneur, the Green Handyman, and Green Lawncare Specialist.
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  • Ecology Education Consulting, Inc. - Design curriculums and provide programs, teacher training and instructional resources for K-12 schools and universities in the fields of ecology and environmental education.
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  • Ecology Project International - Aims to improve and inspire science education and conservation efforts worldwide through field based student-scientist partnerships.
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  • The Economy of Nature - Study aids, web activities, living graphs, and additional material related to the book The Economy of Nature, Fifth Edition, by Robert E.Ricklefs.
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  • Environmental Inquiry – Authentic Science Research for High School Students - Ecology research projects for high school students and teachers designed by Cornell and Penn State University.
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  • Hill-Stead's Nature Blog - Written by naturalist Diane Tucker, the site discusses natural history with Hill-Stead Museum's 152 acre estate as the backdrop.
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  • Microcosms, Aquaria and Education - Rob Day's personal page includes documents, publications, and papers related to aquaria, artificial ecosystems and microcosm management, with particular reference to ecological education.
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  • The Nature Education Knowledge Project - Ecology - A collection of open-access, peer reviewed ecology articles that target high school and college students and are written at three levels of complexity – basic, intermediate and advanced.
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  • Rainforest and Reef - Field Courses in Rainforest and Marine Ecology, held in South America, Central America, Canada and Australia.
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  • Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology - A peer reviewed publication of ecological educational materials by the Ecological Society of America.
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  • Tropical Field Stations in Belize - Learn about Belize's coral reef, mangroves, geology, ornithology, mammology, entomology, botany, river ecology, barrier beaches. Field study options for individuals or groups.
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  • Wildlife Learning Company - Environmental education programs in central New York using local wildlife to teach about conservation.
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