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Chris Palmer, Distinguished Film Producer in Residence and Director of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking in the School of Communication at American University, is author of the book called Shooting in the Wild: An Insider’s Account of Making Movies in the Animal Kingdom (Sierra Club Books, 2010).

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McDonald & Woodward Publishing launched an environmental education initiative with the release of four interactive educational resources for use in identifying and studying common, widespread freshwater invertebrates of North America.

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By: Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai, and Bob Jickling (Eds.). Published by Hampton Press, 2009."Here is a luminous anthology of insights and dreams from many of the liveliest thinkers in environmental education — a necessary compendium of tools, both poetic and practical, for the transformation of culture."

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Get Out! is chockful of eco-friendly ideas to help families, classrooms, and groups get outside, learn about nature, experience the world in new ways, and take a hands-on approach to green living.

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This book shares a wealth of fascinating, up-to-the-minute information about the evolving national landscape by explaining what the US would look like if it were a village of 100 people.

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The Learning Garden: Ecology, Teaching, and Transformation, by Veronica Gaylie (April 2009), tells the story of building a campus Learning Garden over a series of cohorts of student teachers, practicing teachers, and environmental education students.

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The Chesapeake Watershed by Ned Tillman is a great resource for teachers and students to gain a greater sense of place and a call to action for taking steps to preserve our fragile natural resources.

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Teaching Green: The High School Years is an ideal resource for anyone working with young people in Grades 9-12, whether in schools or in non-formal educational settings

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