GSEP-Produced Content:

Meet a Native Plant Videos

Additional Resources (not all GSENM-related):

Resources for Educators:

Classroom Resources:

Every Kid Outdoors Initiatives – Get free parks passes for your 4th Grade students

ArcGIS Mapping Bundle for Schools is free for schools and clubs in the U.S.

Engage your students in examining complex issues in the American West: Free Classroom access to High Country News.

Professional Development Opportunities:

Fund for Teachers Fellowship: Fund for Teachers provides educators, possessing a broad vision of what it means to teach and learn, the resources needed to pursue self-designed professional learning experiences. FFT grants are used for an unlimited variety of projects; all designed to create enhanced learning environments for teachers, their students and their school communities. Applications due January 31, 2020.

Grants in Place: Fellowship program for teachers teaching in rural areas that funds a place-based learning project and fellow professional development.

Climate Change Science Essentials: This free online course offered by USU extension examines the scientific underpinnings from which critical knowledge of climate has emerged. The course provides integral foundational information to understanding climate processes and systems.

Resources for Learners:

Every Kid Outdoors Initiative – Free Parks Pass for 4th Graders

Self-Directed Learning Opportunities:

Climate Change Science Essentials: This free online course offered by USU extension examines the scientific underpinnings from which critical knowledge of climate has emerged. The course provides integral foundational information to understanding climate processes and systems.

Summer Camps:

Color Country Natural Resource Camp: This 5-day camp occurring in late spring is designed to introduce high school students to natural resource career fields and a variety of outdoor recreation activities. The application deadline is typically in April.