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Ecological Education

Stewardship-based citizen science and service-learning

The Ecological Education Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology offers opportunities for K-12 students, teachers, and adult community members to engage in meaningful, place-based education through school-based programs, summer teacher workshops, Community Learning Courses, and volunteer work.  In addition, we create curriculum to engage the future stewards of Oregon in the study of native plants and restoration. 

Our Guiding Principles

Learn how we design our education programs

Education Programs

 

The RARE Partnership 

Growing plants and stewards of the Willamette Valley

The Schoolyard Restoration Program

Creating outdoor classrooms in Linn and Benton counties

Oregon Native Plants Curriculum

"Salmonberry to Sagebrush: An Exploration of Oregon's Native Plants" is an ecoregionally-based 9-12 curriculum about native plants in Oregon

Native Plant Identification Kit

A resource for educators teaching botanical lessons - see the flyer!

The Oregon RESTORE Teacher's Institute

July 20-23, 2010

Community Education (Adult Programs)

Coming soon!

 
Are you a teacher, administrator, parent, or community member wanting to get involved with IAE's education programs?  For more information, please contact Stacy Moore at 541-753-3099 ext 305.

 

 

Overheard

"Volunteers are the backbone, heart, and soul of the restoration movement. And whatever the eventual results of their labors may be, working to revive damaged ecosystems is transforming and strengthening their relationship with the rest of nature."

-William K. Stevens, Miracle Under the Oaks

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