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Paying attention to nature and how it is doing in and around local gardens, farms, and ranches. An online pdf and printable Field Guide aimed at promoting and supporting observing, monitoring, and citizen science around the ecological health of foodsheds and surrounding ecosystems. See latest versions at: www.HCFS.org under Publications

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The Center for American Progress has released a new report showing how people of color, families with children, and low-income communities are most likely to be deprived of the benefits that nature provides.

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Outdoor School for All! Diverse Programming and Outcomes in Oregon is a multi-site, participatory evaluation effort building knowledge about current outdoor school programming and its intended outcomes. The evaluation project and team strive for cultural responsiveness and employ an iterative design-based approach to evaluation. The evaluation report provides findings of a statewide evaluation that occurred in Spring 2019.

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Reopening schools during and after the COVID-19 crisis will require new or modified procedures for everything from classroom configuration and educational plans to arrival and departure schedules, transportation, and health screenings. This guide, developed by NAAEE and members of its Affiliate Network, shares how community-based environmental and outdoor education programs can help schools to equitably reopen during and after the COVID-19 crisis.

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This report, published by the Lawrence Hall of Science of the University of California, Berkeley, outlines how the environmental education field will be affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

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The Promise of Civic Engagement in Environmental Issues is a draft discussion paper. Through this paper, NAAEE and its partners are seeking a deeper understanding of how environmental education can support and complement initiatives that are geared more broadly toward educating for civic agency, capacity, and participation.

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This article focuses on leadership in work environments. How are equity and inclusion vital to EE? How do perspectives of success in that realm differ based on one’s role and identity? For example, some EE leaders focused on “access” while environmental educators of color called for a deeper recognition of systemic oppression.

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This report discusses the potential of citizen science to support science learning and identifies promising practices and programs that exemplify the promising practices. It also lays out a research agenda that can fill gaps in the current understanding of how citizen science can support science learning and enhance science education.

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