"The DocShare Directory is designed to help leaders, partners and individuals share documents and resources including flyers, posters, brochures, PSA's, strategic plans and other documents. By sharing these materials we can accelerate progress, inspire leadership and inform local and regional efforts."
Outdoor Afro is a social community that reconnects African-Americans with natural spaces and one another through recreational activities such as camping, hiking, biking, birding, fishing, gardening, skiing — and more!
If you are looking to transform your children’s spaces into landscapes of beauty, challenge, and wonder, you’ve come to the right place! We love to help groups dream, design, and community-build environmental playscapes for children.
Since 1935, The Wilderness Society has led the effort to permanently protect nearly 110 million acres of wilderness in 44 states. We have been at the forefront of nearly every major public lands victory.
For more than four decades, NAAEE has been a leader in promoting excellence in environmental education (EE) throughout North America. It is the only national membership organization dedicated to strengthening the field of EE and increasing the visibility and effectiveness of the profession.
We help set up and lead outings for Latino community members for the purpose of expanding the Latino experience in the Outdoors—with a focus on providing positive transformative experiences with cultural relevancy.
The Department of the Interior is uniquely positioned to help millions of young Americans reconnect with our natural and cultural heritage, put thousands of young people to work in the great outdoors, and inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.
Created by writer & mom, Michele Whiteaker. PLAN play trips using #1 local guide to parks, playgrounds, beaches and nature centers. DISCOVER dozens of OC nonprofits offering free & low cost outdoor programs. GET INSPIRED to create epic family trips to the best vacation spots for nature travel.
An independent micro think tank advising on whole system change to resolve interlinked challenges in CSR, sustainability and systemic risk. Our ‘blindspotting’ approach reveals high leverage actions that are missed by incremental and reductionist methods. New collaborations are warmly invited.
The MIT Climate CoLab harnesses the collective intelligence of thousands of people all around the world to address global climate change. On the Climate CoLab site, anyone can collaborate with a broad range of scientists, policy makers, business people, NGO leaders, investors, activists, researchers, concerned citizens and others to develop proposals on what to do about climate change. Annual contests allow for promising proposals to receive recognition, connections and resources to help their projects become implemented.
Adventure Treks provides exceptional educational outdoor programs for schools. Students will explore the natural world through exciting outdoor activities while strengthening communication, practicing leadership, cultivating community, connecting with natural science, and having tons of fun!
Adventure Treks is all about making memories, fostering lifelong friendships and creating more confident and capable young men and women. We want you to discover your best self, and we believe that the great outdoors is just the way to do it!
NRDC is the nation's most effective environmental action group, combining the grassroots power of 1.4 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of more than 350 lawyers, scientists and other professionals.
Site topics include: Learn the Basics, See the Impacts, Think Like a Scientist and Be a Part of the Solution. Includes an Emissions Calculator to help kids realize their individual impact and consider the changes they might make to reduce it. Also includes Educator Resources with lesson plans, tools and tips.
Green Schools develops the next generation of students and schools through innovative environmental education, STEM education, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Learn more about our programs and the National Green Schools Society.
The Rainforest Alliance Learning Site offers curricula and resources to help students understand how rainforests contribute to our collective well-being. This program teaches language arts, science, math, and social studies essentials while addressing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Crowdfunding is the newest way for nonprofits and social entrepreneurs to raise money for their causes, projects and companies. By reading this book (authored by Devin Thorpe), you can join the thousands who have successfully raised money to change the world.
"Where do-gooders learn to do better." Stories are your single most powerful communication tool.
They help us remember, shape our identity, and influence how we see the world. Learn how to use stories in advocacy, development, recruiting and every aspect of your internal and external communications.
A comprehensive collection of satellite resources for educators, including lesson plans, classroom activities, & other resources on the history of satellites, how satellites work, & the importance of satellites in communications. Resources for students in grades K-4, 5-8, all the way through 9-12.
A collection of lessons, activities, projects, videos, and more, broken down by grade level, are presented here to assist educators in teaching young people core areas of study by introducing them to the world of building and construction.
The Young Meteorologist Program’s Educator Exchange is the place to find science lesson plans and hands-on classroom activities related to severe weather as well as disaster preparedness lesson plans and learning opportunities for educators.
Are you ready to hit the trail? There are a few things that you should keep in mind when preparing for a hike. Footwear, wild animals, trail preservation, first aid, and proper stretching are on the list.
This resources contains free Earth Day and Earth Hour worksheets for ESL/EFL students which aim at raising awareness of environmental issues and helping non-native English speakers learn appropriate vocabulary to discuss environment.
How to Shoot Video that Doesn’t Suck is about the non-technical side of video—not how to plug your camera into a computer, but how to shoot video that people will actually want to watch. It doesn’t matter if you’re shooting HD or cellphone—great video is about how you communicate with your audience.