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Educators

Here are quick links to environmental education activities and resources: 

Hands on the Land:  Resources for connecting your students to public lands and waterways through education

 www.handsontheland.org

Be Outside Idaho

http://www.beoutsideidaho.org/about2

From our friends at the Children's Forest of Central Oregon

http:// www.childrensforestco.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/NatureHoods-Activity-Ideas.pdf

 Idaho Fish and Game's wildlife educators put out this newsletter every month: http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/docs/wildlifeExpress

Project Wild

 http://www.projectwild.org/growingupWILD.htm

National Wildlife Federation

www.nwf.org/Eco-Schools-USA.aspx

All about Birds

http:// www.allaboutbirds.org/Page.aspx?pid=1189

The following is a list of contacts to help you implement outdoor education activities:

Idaho Fish and Game Volunteer Crew, michael.young@idfg.idaho.gov (habitat restoration service projects in Valley and Adams counties)

Awesome, contact@awesomeidaho.org (adaptive winter sports at Brundage)

Master Naturalists, mccallmasternaturalists@gmail.com (environmental education)

Trout Unlimited, info@payettechildrensforest.org (trout in the classroom, habitat restoration service projects in Adams and Valley counties)

Snowdon, trunks@snowdonwildlife.org (wildlife education- travelling trunks are available to borrow on corvids (crows), bears, canids, owls, birds of prey and mustelids (weasels))

CIMBA, educate@cimbarides.org (youth mountain biking)

MOSS,   http://www.uidaho.edu/cnr/moss  (outdoor science including teacher workshops)