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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

Be Outside Idaho

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


 Idaho Fish and Game's wildlife educators put out this newsletter every month:

Project Wild

National Wildlife Federation

All about Birds


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

Idaho Fish and Game Volunteer Crew, (habitat restoration service projects in Valley and Adams counties)

Awesome, (adaptive winter sports at Brundage)

Master Naturalists, (environmental education)

Trout Unlimited, (trout in the classroom, habitat restoration service projects in Adams and Valley counties)

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

CIMBA, (youth mountain biking)

MOSS,  (outdoor science including teacher workshops)