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  1. Citizens Observing a Changing Climate

    this year to track key seasonal changes in plants and animals. Project ... times for plants in the spring, altered arrival times and locations ... to trail maintenance and planting projects, trash pick-ups, and other ...

  2. Don't Leave Leaves on the Curb

    instead of the street. Leaves and grass clippings can provide natural nutrients to plants and soils. Instead of raking your leaves first ... the pile and spreading it around on a garden bed on top of the soil. Natural ...

  3. Agriculture and Water Quality

    not properly managed. Nitrogen- and phosphorus-rich fertilizers and animal manure ... and animals, create oxygen-poor waters that threaten aquatic life, increase ... and by following product directions. Cover crops:  Plant specific grasses, grains, ...

  4. Jardinería en la Primavera

    /wps/portal/nrcs/detail/plantmaterials/technical/publications/?cid=stelprdb1042920 Natural Resources Conservation Service. 2016. “Native Plants ... recursos están en inglés.) EPA WaterSense What to Plant  (Qué Sembrar, del ... Naturales del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA Natural ...

  5. EE Resources for Educators

    resources to help bridge the gap between mathematics and the natural world. ... Activity Guides Animal Migration Activity Guide Designed for elementary age ... and easy ways to learn about animal migration. Read More Pollinator Backyard ...

  6. Environmental Literacy Report

    and the interdependencies of people and the natural environment. Check out how organizations ... there." Taking Nature Black An initiative from Audubon to reach and engage ... localized whenever possible, as well as TV-ready graphics and animations ...

  7. Birds on the Move

    Birds aren’t the only animals on the move. Check out NEEF’s newest Activity Guide on animal migration to learn more about monarch butterflies, salmon, birds, and other migratory animals. The chart below illustrates how ...

  8. The Future of US Agriculture

    by insects (18%), and diseases (16%). Plants require carbon dioxide to grow ... difficult for farmers to grow crops and raise animals in some places. ... and more frequent precipitation events can damage plant roots and erode ...

  9. The Early Blooms of Spring

    by about 5 days since 1921. Today, many plants and trees are blooming earlier ... entire ecosystems through disrupting plant-pollinator relationships, ... © What you can do: Did you know that between 75-95% of all flowering plants ...

  10. Pollinator Backyard Activity Guide

    of animals visit them. Then, follow the activities on your worksheet to record ...

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