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Learn the science behind how nature works for people.
Learn the science behind how nature works for people.

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Science and geography, grades 3-8

Thursday, February 5, 2015, 12:00 noon Eastern Time (40 minutes)

Join The Nature Conservancy, PBS LearningMedia, and field scientist Charles Oluchina for a live virtual field trip to Africa to learn how people and nature work together. Your students will visit Burkina Faso and learn how one African farmer invented an ingenious method to help restore forestlands that had been lost to desertification. Then they’ll head to Kenya to learn about the importance of grasslands and how ecotourism has benefited both the people and Kenya’s majestic wildlife. Finally, you and your students will get a firsthand look at a PBS LearningMedia collection of videos, digital games and educational resources from the new PBS series EARTH A New Wild.
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New research shows the negative impacts of storm water run-off on salmon http://goo.gl/a9M6Ap.  Nature Works Everywhere has two great lesson plans related to this topic. Look for "How Natural Areas Filter Water" and "Managing Salmon to Support Healthy  Forests" on our resources page http://goo.gl/AiqhtA.
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The Nature Works Everywhere site features multiple lesson plans, videos, and other resources on the science behind how nature works for people!   
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