WikiWatershed is a web toolkit to support citizens, conservation practitioners, municipal decision-makers, researchers, educators, and students to collaboratively advance knowledge and stewardship of fresh water.
Every Kid in a Park invites children of all backgrounds to discover their public lands and all they offer, including opportunities to be active and spend time with friends and family. The initiative gives every U.S. fourth grader and his/her family access to 2000+ federally managed land and waters. As living classrooms, these outdoor places and historic sites also provide hands-on, real-world opportunities to develop critical skills and learn about the natural world.
"Climate Voices -- Science Speakers Network" is a great resource for formal and informal climate change education. Their website lists scientists all over the country who are engaging with fellow citizens in their own (and nearby) communities in conversations about climate science and change, and enables you to get in touch with them.
The Caterpillar Lab uses native New England caterpillars to help people see the natural value of their backyards, neighborhoods, and green spaces. Loaded with photographs, videos, informational documents, a blog, and other resources, The Caterpillar Lab's website is a space for anyone to learn about caterpillars' lives. Find it at www.thecaterpillarlab.org.
BEETLES is devoted to infusing outdoor science programs with research-based approaches and tools to improve science teaching and learning. Resources include: versatile environmental education professional learning materials; student activities for use in the field; "how-to" videos; and additional support for program leaders, field instructors, and classroom teachers.
All BEETLES resources are based on current research and understandings about how people learn, and tested by dozens of programs in diverse settings all over the country (and beyond!). Learn more on the newly updated BEETLES website: beetlesproject.org
The M.Ed. in Environmental Education program at North Cascades Institute is a professional residency that provides a unique opportunity for developing skills in place based teaching, nonprofit administration and northwest natural history.
Gove Group, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based educational consulting firm, has been working to assist nonprofits and government entities to develop and execute professional development trainings, seminars, conferences, etc.