Recommended Materials (Wyoming)
1. Wyoming Fish and Game Department
Wyoming Wetlands: Focused on Wyoming wetlands specifically with easy to follow lesson plans. Includes lessons such as “Build a Wetland Model”, “Build a Bug”, “Build a Beaver” with more advanced lessons such as one on Aquatic Macroinvertebrates.
Expo@Home, Wyoming Game and Fish YouTube Channel – A resource for videos, lesson plans and more, focused on education.
2. Wyoming Stewardship Project – Learn more about resources offered by the Wyoming Stewardship Project.
- Why does agriculture matter to Wyoming? (Grade Level: 2-5th)
- Why are minerals and energy important to Wyoming? (Grade Level 2-5th)
3. University of Wyoming
Wetland Presevation YouTube Video (1 min. 38 sec.)
Recommended Materials (National)
1. USDA National Resources Conservation Service, The USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub, The Soil Carbon Coalition, Redlands Community College, and The Dixon Water Foundation.
A Walk in the Rain: Observing Soil and Water Interactions. Participants observe and document erosion, runoff, ponding, sealing, and infiltration in a variety of places during and after an actual rainstorm. (page 83-100)
Complete Teacher’s Manual: Understanding Soil Health and Watershed Function
2. National Association of Conservation Districts
Where Would We BEE Without Pollinators? (Grade Level: K-1)
3. Ducks Unlimited
4. Audubon Resources