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The Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) is a strategic campaign planning project funded by the National Science Foundation and conducted in partnership with USNPS, USFWS, and the National Parks Conservation Association. The goal of this partnership was to develop climate change communication tools and resources for interpretive staff at national parks and national wildlife refuges across the country.
Lowell Leaders in Stewardship is an after-school environmental education program that offers STEM-based environmental education programs.
Scenic Hudson’s youth education programs offer a climate change curriculum as well as other teaching resources and learning opportunities.
The Conservation Fund works to connect children to the places we love as well as to support educational opportunities to foster a stewardship ethic that sustains healthy, vibrant communities.