Conservation Education Websites

Hands on the Land - Hands on the Land is a national network of field classrooms connecting students, teachers, and parents to their public lands and waterways. By typing “Tongass National Forest” or “Chugach National Forest” in the search box, you can access information about a variety of conservation education programs related to the forests. By going to “Site Profiles” at the top of the home page, and then to all sites in Alaska, you can get information about the Hands on the Land sites in our state.

 

Education Website of the Fish and Wildlife Service - The Alaska Region of the Fish and Wildlife Service website provides educator resources, curricula, information about Service-sponsored camps.

 

Education Site of the Alaska Region National Park Service - Includes links to “NPS Web Rangers,” a list of Alaska-specific  “Education Kits” available for loan, the Park Service Junior Rangers program, the “Teacher to Ranger to Teacher” program, and more.

 

Alaska Public Lands Information Centers - Check out the “For Kids” and the “For Teachers” links on this site.



Quick Links

Students on Prince of Wales Island learn about watersheds, using a stream table

Students on Prince of Wales Island learn about watersheds, using a stream table, Craig Ranger District, Tongass National Forest

 



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