EarthTracks

EarthTracks will let you know about Idaho's environmental education workshops, resources & opportunities. EarthTracks is about Idaho environmental education.

It provides information about teacher workshops, resources and opportunities. EarthTracks is a joint venture of six separate statewide EE programs:
1) Idaho Environmental Education Association
2) Project Learning Tree
3) Project WILD
4) Project WET
5) Idaho Rangeland Resource Commission
6) Bureau of Land Management--Idaho State Office

Operating as usual

kmvt.com 06/18/2020

Officials remind people of safe shooting practices in the South Hills

kmvt.com The Twin Falls County Commissioners, the BLM, and the County Sheriff's Office is reminding people about safe shooting practices in the South Hills.

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Idaho Environmental Education Association
Idaho Project Learning Tree
Boise WaterShed
Idaho Rangeland Resources Commission
https://www.facebook.com/Idaho-Project-WILD-299980434071272/

03/29/2020

PBS NewsHour

They take every opportunity to put money over health and sustainability.

The oil and gas industry were among the industries that had sought an advance relaxation of environmental and public health enforcement during the outbreak, citing potential staffing problems.

02/10/2020

Rangeland Conservation at University of Idaho

Study in a nationally ranked program. Learn in the field from rangeland faculty and professionals Our graduates are in demand for an array of careers -- prep...

09/05/2019

Idaho Project WILD

Check out the grant offer! Go get it! Deadline October 1.

dawnpub.com 09/03/2019

40% Off Back-to-School Nature Books

Focus on Literature workshop participants know that we love Dawn Publications books to support Project's WILD, WET and Learning Tree activities.

dawnpub.com As the season changes from summer to fall, the cycle of another school-year begins. Our September collection of 40% off books celebrates Seasons and Cycles–engaging read alouds to capture the…

pennlive.com 05/22/2019

Native plants amazingly resilient when invasives removed, says Penn State study

pennlive.com Penn State researchers surprised by the recovery of native plants when invasive species are removed.

neefusa.org 04/22/2019

National Environmental Education Week

neefusa.org National Environmental Education Week Monday, April 22 through Friday, April 26, 2019NEEF invites you to join us in the nation’s largest celebration of environmental education as we get set for this year's National Environmental Education Week (EE Week). NEEF partners with educators, students, go...

neefusa.org 04/22/2019

National Environmental Education Week

neefusa.org National Environmental Education Week Monday, April 22 through Friday, April 26, 2019NEEF invites you to join us in the nation’s largest celebration of environmental education as we get set for this year's National Environmental Education Week (EE Week). NEEF partners with educators, students, go...

idahopress.com 04/17/2019

Environmental awards go to local water educator, Wahooz, Roaring Springs

Congrats to Julie Scanlin, our dear friend and colleague!

idahopress.com The city of Meridian has awarded resident Julie Scanlin and Roaring Springs Water Park and Wahooz Family Fun Zone with the 2019 Environmental Excellence Award.

scholastic.com 04/07/2019

All Kids Outdoors Contest!

Contest for 4th-6th graders. Deadline is April 19.

scholastic.com Spring is here! It’s the perfect time for students to flex their writing muscles with a persuasive essay about why the outdoors matter. Students can write their essay to a government official—and enter our contest for a chance to win prizes for your class!

actionnetwork.org 03/23/2019

Sign the Petition: Idaho Governor Little must veto the “Silence the Voters” act

Will Little keep his word?

actionnetwork.org Senate Bill 1159 would virtually revoke the constitutional right of Idahoans to organize ballot initiatives. If the governor signs this bill into law, it would bring about an enormous shift in Idaho’s balance of power—away from ordinary citizens and towards lobbyists and special-interest groups.

02/22/2019

Project Learning Tree

Idaho teachers - check out this opportunity to help shape the PLT curriculum!

PLT is updating its flagship curriculum, the PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide. We’re seeking educators to pilot test five new activities. Stipends are available, apply by March 8, 2019 at https://www.plt.org/news/plt-seeks-educators-to-pilot-test-new-activities/

02/14/2019

Idaho Project Learning Tree

Please share with teachers and others who work with young people.

The spring issue of The Log forest education update is ready!

Click to learn about Forest Tour for Teachers & Counselors, Project Learning Tree workshop schedule, Arbor Day Student Photo Contest, Forest Education Grants, Free Inservice Trainings and resources for Earth Day & Arbor Day. Don't miss out!

02/11/2019

Idaho Environmental Education Association

LAST CALL! ⏱ We are still accepting submissions for Concurrent Session, Ignite, and poster presentations (idahoee.org/2019-conference/callforproposals/) and EE Award nominations (idahoee.org/2019-conference/award-nominations/) for our 19th Annual IdEEA Conference.

Submission deadlines are Monday, 2/18 for presentation proposals and this Wednesday, 2/13 for EE Award nominations, so please consider submitting a proposal or nominating a colleague/friend soon!

01/25/2019

Idaho Environmental Education Association

Registration for the #IdahoEEconference2019 is now open! Click the link below to register!

https://idahoee.org/2019-conference/registration/

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350 N 9th St
Boise, ID
83702

General information

Contact individual EarthTracks partners: Idaho Environmental Education Association PO Box 4168 Hailey ID 83333 www.idahoee.org Kristin Fletcher (208) 720-4180 [email protected] Idaho Department of Fish and Game Project WILD PO Box 25, Boise ID 83707 http://fishandgame.idaho.gov Lori Adams (208) 287-2889 [email protected] U.S. Bureau of Land Management Environmental Education 1387 S. Vinnell Way, Boise ID 83709 www.id.blm.gov/environedu/ Shelley Davis-Brunner (208) 373-4020 [email protected] Idaho Forest Products Commission Project Learning Tree 350 N. 9th St., #102, Boise ID 83702 800-ID-WOODS www.idahoforests.org Michelle Youngquist (208) 334-4061 [email protected] IWRRI—University of Idaho Project WET 322 E. Front., Suite 242-G, Boise ID 83702 Julie A. Scanlin (208) 332-4414 http://boise.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=33434 [email protected] Idaho Rangeland Resource Commission PO Box 126, Emmett ID 83617 877-ID-RANGE www.idahorange.org Gretchen Hyde 208-398-7002 [email protected]
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Boise, 83702

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Idaho Academy of PAs Idaho Academy of PAs
305 W. Jefferson St.
Boise, 83702

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BSU Chemistry Club BSU Chemistry Club
Boise

We are the Chemistry Club at Boise State University. Whether you're a chem major or not, come join our events and share your love of science!

Idaho Taekwondo Training Center Idaho Taekwondo Training Center
1804 S Broadway Ave
Boise, 83706-3858

Full service Taekwondo focusing on the development of beginners to the elite competitor. We also have a strong family class base. www.boisemartialarts.net

OwlTeacher.com OwlTeacher.com
Boise, IDAHO

Worksheets, PowerPoints, and creative ideas to help History & Social Studies teachers!

Brick Banana Brick Banana
1703 N 9th St
Boise, 83702-1111

Brick Banana leads the way!

Treasure Valley Wine and Food Society Treasure Valley Wine and Food Society
Boise

The organization is dedicated to the education of its members in viticulture and enology and in the appreciation, knowledge, and the proper use of wine.

Magic Tumble Bus Magic Tumble Bus
1379 N Cloverdale Rd
Boise, 83713

We drive our mobile gymnasiums to your preschool, house, or park to teach gymnastics lessons or have parties throughout the week!

Boise High Outdoor Adventure Club Boise High Outdoor Adventure Club
1010 W Washington St
Boise, 83702

This club is for current students at Boise High. We do all kinds of rad stuff, like climbing, hiking, kayaking, skiing, frisbee, etc. We meet every other Wednesday in Room 203. Check it out!

Idaho Public Television Idaho Public Television
1455 N Orchard St
Boise, 83706

Most over-the-air viewers and cable customers can experience the quality of Idaho Public Television programs on five free digital broadcast channels. We are Idaho's PBS affiliate. Find information and schedule grids for all channels at idahoptv.org.

Boise High Class of '96 "20 Year Reunion" Boise High Class of '96 "20 Year Reunion"
1010 W Washington St
Boise, 83702

This is the central hub for all information and details regarding the 20 year reunion for the amazing Boise High class of 1996.

ASVAB Career Exploration Program - Boise ASVAB Career Exploration Program - Boise
550 W. Fort St.
Boise, 83724

Bring ASVAB CEP to your school, today: http://www.asvabprogram.com/asvab-cep-at-your-school