Resources from the Caterpillar Lab!

Are you interested in learning more about caterpillars and maybe bringing them into your classroom? Click on the links below for resources provided by The Caterpillar Lab located in Marlborough, NH.

This four-page document written by Lucinda Treadwell is a wonderful introduction to how to ID caterpillars.

Upper elementary environmental science teaching position- Hollis, NH

Hollis Upper Elementary School is looking for a Full Time Environmental Science teacher.  Thisl is a 4th, 5th, and 6th grade position.  More information can be found on the SAU 41 website.

Endorse the Green Ribbon Act now!

Senator Cory Booker is preparing to introduce the Green Ribbon Act next Monday, May 15, and we would like to gather as many endorsements as possible before COB this Friday, May 12. Please take a minute to complete this simple sign-on form on behalf of your organization. 

Job Posting: Paradise Point Nature Center Coordinator

TITLE: Paradise Point Nature Center Coordinator

• May – September: Paradise Point Nature Center – Hebron, NH (on Newfound Lake)
• September – April: NH Audubon State Headquarters – Concord, NH

HOURS: 35 hours per week; permanent full-time exempt (salary paid) staff position.

SCHEDULE: Days vary according to program needs throughout the year.

August 7th-11th Summer Institute in Albany, NH Empowering energy and climate changemakers through play, hope, and wonder

If you are a teacher, or work with teachers, please consider attending and/or spreading the word about NHEEP and VEEP's Summer Institute in Albany, NH at the World Fellowship this August (7-11th)!

Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops Film & Curriculum Guide

The five short films, ranging in length from 8-14 minutes, identify the effects of various human derived climate feedback loops, including forests, permafrost, the atmosphere, and the albedo effect. Our mission is to provide the films and curriculum for teaching the next generation about the urgency of climate change.

Connecting Science and Literacy in the Elementary Classroom: A 3-day professional learning opportunity for grades 3-5 educators

Join the Wade Institute and Hitchcock Center for the Environment for an exciting 3-day professional learning institute! Engage in minds-on, hands-on learning which will provide you with science knowledge, classroom investigations aligned to the standards, books for your classroom and other resources. Let us help you make time for science by showing you how to integrate science with talking, reading, and writing and integrate literacy time with science.

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