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Show Your Love for Sustainability with These Valentine’s Day Ideas
On February 14, show your love for the environment with these eco-friendly and green gifts and tips for celebrating Valentine's Day more sustainably.
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Teaching Students about Winter Ecology
Use these tips for studying winter ecology to help your students understand the interrelationships between living things and their winter environment.
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How to Protect the Environment During the Winter Months
By taking a more mindful approach to sustainability, it's possible to lessen your impact on the environment during the frigid winter months.
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Cure Cabin Fever with Outdoor Fun
Instead of staying indoors all winter, use these tips to get out and enjoy some special outdoor adventures that aren’t available during the warmer months.
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2019 Climate Superstars Winners
Native American Students in Montana Among Winners of Climate Superstars Challenge
Connie Michael's classroom at Crow Agency Public School in Crow Agency, MT was one of 20 winners of the 2019 Climate Superstars Challenge, with support from Samsung and the EPA's ENERGY STAR® program.
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Greening STEM’s Place-Based Learning Connects Students to Their Communities
NEEF's Greening STEM place-based learning approach engages students in their physical environment as well as their local history, culture, economy, and people.
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Birds flying in the winter at a marsh
Marshes, Estuaries, and Mangroves, Oh My!
Learn more about the similarities and differences between diverse coastline ecosystems in the US with NEEF's handy guide to marshes, estuaries, and mangroves.
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Does Your Home's Indoor Air Quality Need a Refresh?
January is National Radon Action Month. The following information can help you protect yourself and your family from exposure to the dangers of radon gas.
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Landscape photo of the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River valley in Washington State
A Seattle-based nonprofit has conserved public lands for three decades. This year, Congress finally took notice.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway, a Seattle-based nonprofit and recent recipient of NEEF’s Every Day Events grant, is dedicated to making the Snoqualmie Valley in Washington State more accessible and...
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