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Summer Opportunities on Climate Change Action Education

The NOAA Environmental Science Training Center (ESTC) will be offering two virtual opportunities for educators this summer focused on climate change.

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Kicking Off the Chesapeake Youth Initiative

What is the Chesapeake Youth Initiative? And a call for existing Youth Leadership Programs in the Watershed

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Now Open: NOAA Marine Debris Program Art Contest!

Accepting Online Entries, due Dec 10, 2021

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Queen Anne’s County uses Coronavirus relief funding to boost environmental education

All 14 schools in the county are getting a new outdoor classroom

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On the Air 2020: A Curriculum Connecting Health, Community and the Environment

On the Air 2020 is new curriculum from Clean Air Partners' which encourages students to use science as a tool to answer questions about various aspects of the state of our air.

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How to let students find their own meaning

With the launch of MWEE 201, educators are learning to incorporate student voice into environmental education.

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Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Conference Reflection

An overview of the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Conference.

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Silver-spotted Skipper: Chesapeake Bay watershed Pollinator

Learn more about one of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s native pollinators: the Silver-spotted Skipper!

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Birding 101: How to seek nature in your own backyard

Birding is a great skill and hobby that lets you enjoy nature almost anywhere, from local parks to the city; it is truly an activity for anyone.

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Marine debris in the Chesapeake Bay watershed

Marine debris and plastic pollution have been an on-going issue for the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Over 18 million people call the Chesapeake Bay watershed home, and their individual actions can contribute to the litter in our waterways.

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