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Handbook for Bird Educators
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This Handbook for Bird Educators, published by Early Bird (www.early-bird.in) is intended to serve as a reference guide for anyone who wishes to spread the joy of birds and nature to children and adults. It includes a compilation of tips, tricks, activities, games, projects and more that can make learning fun.

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Our World is an online climate education platform that provides free, solutions-first climate change lessons to middle school students, with the goal of connecting them to their personal impact and empowering them to develop and implement climate solution projects in their own communities.

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A painting of a sea turtle swimming over a coral reef cluttered with debris.
Artwork by Taelyn B. (Grade 6, Idaho),winner of the 2019 Annual NOAA Marine Debris Program Art Contest
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The first step to solving a problem is learning more about it. NOAA’s Marine Debris Program is here to help you learn more about the problem of marine debris! To support that mission, we have created an easy-to-use platform through which to access all of our educational materials. The NOAA Marine Debris Program has organized resources to support stewards from any audience, including educators looking for lesson plans, students researching projects, families hoping to make a difference, professionals catching up on the latest science and policy, and anyone in between. Simply head to https://marinedebris.noaa.gov/education, and dive into the many resources NOAA’s Marine Debris Program offers to help keep the sea free of debris!

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Photograph by Two Trees Management
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A new sport is sweeping the North Williamsburg waterfront! Putting Green has put (pun intended) together a 18-hole mini-golf course that has been designed by local artists and designers, community and school groups, environmental advocacy organizations and public agencies in the city to educate and engage residents on climate change and environmental issues.

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