Hands on the Land

What is Hands on the Land?

Hands on the Land (HOL) is a national network of field classrooms and agency resources to connect students, teachers, families, and volunteers with public lands and waterways.

Hands on the Land

Public lands comprise approximately one-third of the acreage of the US, and one of the best ways to access these resources is through the Hands on the Land (HOL) network of field classrooms and website. Stretching across America from Alaska to Florida, HOL is sponsored by Partners in Resource Education, a collaboration of five Federal agencies, a non-profit foundation, schools, and other private sector partners. This site allows users to share information and learn about their local ecosystems, creative teaching strategies, and much more. 

Click here to learn how you can join.

See Hands on the Land Citizen Science in action!

This webinar is hosted by Green Teacher and co-sponsored by the National Environmental Education Foundation in conjunction with EE Week. Learn more at http://eeweek.org/citizen-science-tackles-invasive-species-webinar.