Today was my second day at Cal-Wood. I had an awesome day today! We did so many things, I’m not sure if I have enough room to type it all! We woke up early in the morning, ready for a new adventure. I was excited to see our guides and the forest again.Read More >Categories: Environmental Education
There is a large white pine, just behind Aldo Leopold's family’s shack, which was planted in 1936 by Nina and her siblings. Today, the tree is massive—it towers above the shack, like a pillar of faith. The Leopolds weren’t crazy. The land can heal. And forests can return the favor of restoration by providing many public benefits such as clean air, clean water, and wildlife habitat.Read More >Categories: Profile
Students from Louisiana's Oil City Elementary School spent a week at Cal-Wood Education Center in the Rocky Mountains. The students from Oil City, a Project Learning Tree (PLT) GreenSchool, raised money to fund their trip. Guest blogger Elizabeth is a 7th grader at the school and her teacher, Cindy Kilpatrick, is a 2011 PLT National Outstanding Educator.Read More >Categories: Environmental Education
Environmental education is finally getting the attention it deserves – from Members of Congress at the federal level, to State Boards of Education at the local level.
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For conservationists, the concept of doing right by the land is supposed to be engrained in our every action, but is it so? Can we honestly say, without a doubt, that we are doing what’s best for our natural world?Read More >Categories: News Opinion