ACGA is a national networking organization which revitalizes communities through gardening. ACGA Members, both individuals and organizations, work with community groups and public agencies to establish community gardens, parks, and other green spaces. Through ACGA membership, you can share information and learn about the ideas and innovations of community gardeners around the world.
Kids Gardening Resources -- Newsletters & Journals
American Community Gardening Association
Classroom FeederWatch is a real-life research project which involves students in collecting and submitting data about birds that visit their classroom feeders. Designed for middle school cirriculum (Grades 5-8), this Web site provides methods for identifying and counting birds that visit classroom feeders; Using the Internet to share data with scientists; Analyzing data to answer student's questions; Using student's findings to describe how the natural world works; Publishing results in Classroom Birdscope, a newsletter written and designed by students.
Clearing: Environmental Education in the Pacific Northwest
Clearing is a bi-monthly environmental education resource and activity guide for K-12 teachers and non-formal educators in the US and Canada. The publication focuses on events, resources, and activities in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, Idaho, northern California, and Alaska, but is relevant and useful no matter where you live. To order their publication, visit their Web site, write, or call.
Environmental Education in South Carolina
An organization dedicated to educating about the state's natural heritage
The Green Teacher magazine is published quarterly by and for educators and is committed to enhancing environmental and global education across the curriculum at all grade levels. Website includes many useful resources.