Outside links to environmental education resources
Save The River works to provide teachers with the latest resources for classroom curriculum development. Below are some of the resources our participating teachers have found useful. We hope you will too.
Innovative K-12 curricula teaches environmental literacy through poetry and art.
Check out this list of teaching resources provided by National Seagrant.
Learn about NYS’s Project WET and how to get teaching materials and training.
Learn important facts about the State of New York including state symbols and natural resource use.
Learn about your watershed, what groups work within it and data on rate of flow etc.
Learn which watershed you are a part of in New York State.
Learn about environmental service projects that you can do to make the world a better place.
Protecting the natural and cultural integrity of aquatic and terrestrial areas in Jefferson, Oswego, Oneida, St. Lawrence, and Lewis counties from invasive species.
An organization working to protect unique habitats in Canada and educate about the importance of sustainable living and protection of these resources.
A network guiding people to living more sustainably.
New York States environmental department whose goal is to improve and protect the state’s natural resources and habitats.
A grass roots international organization working towards clean water initiatives and keeping our waterways clean.