Resources and Research
Posting Your Events and Workshops
Because of the great volume of teacher and student opportunities we are unable to directly advertise. However we would like to call your attention to a few different ways that you can reach teachers with your professional development and other teacher and student opportunities. We encourage you to check out organizations that provide event calendars and/or newsletters:
- A Field Guide to Sustainability, Washington State Department of Ecology
This booklet explains sustainability and why it is important to Washington state.
E3 Washington integrates three systems – education, environment, and economy – and asks, "How can education help achieve a healthy, prosperous, and sustainable future for all?"
- EPA Region 10 Environmental Education
Environmental education funding information and resources from and for Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Native Tribes).
- North American Association of Environmental Educators
NAAEE is the professional association for environmental education.
- Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators
The Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators brings together environmental educators around the world of salty and fresh, and shares lessons, information, and experiences.
- Washington Green Schools
Washington Green Schools is a voluntary, web-based program schools can use to reduce their environmental and carbon footprint.
- Washington ON Water (WOW)
WOW provides links to organizations offering marine science-related classroom resources and field activities, as well as professional development and funding opportunities. WOW covers regional marine science from interior watersheds to the outer coast and features a simple user interface that allows quick identification of available resources.
- WA State Department of Agriculture Farm to School Program
The WSDA Farm-to-School Program is dedicated to fostering relationships between schools and agricultural producers in Washington State.
- WA State School and Community Gardens Google Map
OSPI created this Google map of school and community gardens in the state of Washington. There is also a link to a short survey to add additional school and community gardens to the map.