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More Than A Field Trip
Our conservation education program provides a pathway that ensures participating students will connect to nature, become watershed and wetland literate, recognize nature's relevance, become conservation confident and skilled, and take action on behalf of the environment.
If you're passionate about teaching environmental literacy and fostering conservation and stewardship behaviors with your students, we encourage you to partner with us.
Follow these 5 easy steps:
Step 3 Introduce your students to their watershed with the Watershed Literacy Guide.
Step 4 Prepare for your outdoor nature connection with the following Teacher Guides.
- Exploring Habitats: Grades K-2
- Adaptations: Grade 3
- Kumeyaay: Grades 3-5
- Rhythms of Wetlands: Grades 3-5
- Food Chains & Food Webs: Grade 4
- Watersheds and Water Resources: Grade 5
- Watershed Biodiversity: Grades 6-8
- Native, Invasive & Endangered Species: Grades 9-12 (Teacher guide not available.)
Step 5 Students take action on behalf of the environment by developing conservation projects and showcase their work at community events.
Come discover the lagoon Students participate in a Cardiff State Beach cleanup