- Alice Ferguson Foundation – Bridging the Watershed
Teachers gain access to curriculum models and resources to increase awareness of watersheds. Students are provided with hands-on experience, online resources, and a meaningful opportunity to learn about watersheds and clean water.
- Chesapeake Bay Foundation Student and Teacher Programs
CBF’s education department takes students outside to explore the Chesapeake Bay watershed and learn how we can all take action to Save the Bay. Through Chesapeake Classrooms, CBF provides high-quality professional development that meets the evolving needs
- Maryland Department of Natural Resources – Project WET (Water Education for Teachers)
Interdisciplinary water education program which targets educators and young people in grades K-12. A trained network of teachers, resource professionals, and citizens organize and teach Project Wet workshops throughout Maryland. After completion of six ho
- NOAA Climate Services
Includes teacher resources (including climate education collections), professional development (excellent climate change symposia and web seminar series) and multi-media (videos, interactives and visualizations).
- University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science – Horn Point Laboratory – Environmental Science Education
Education programs focusing on STEM subject areas, which provide both K-12 student learning experiences and teacher professional development. Many programs feature the current research of Horn Point scientists and are led by the scientists, graduate stude
- Wildfowl Trust of North America – Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center
The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center offers a variety of K-12 educational programs that can be brought to schools, libraries or social functions. CBEC can also design a specialized program to meet curriculum needs.