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Age 10-14 (Middle School)

Observation-Focused Nature Journaling by Danae Shipp (Ages 14-19; GT114)

Fostering Connections to Freshwater Ecosystems by Gabby Petrelli and Katie Larson (Ages 10-14; GT114)

Where Does Our Food Come From? by Susan Rauchwerk (Ages 10-14; GT114)

The Future of Evolution, by Christen Lubbers (Ages 6-14; GT113)

Lights, Camera, Action!, by Emily M. Stone (Ages 10-14; GT113)

The Pathway to Stewardship, by Jacob Rodenburg (Ages 10-19; GT113)

Green Commuting Challenge, by Duke Davidson (Ages 10-19; GT112)

Students Take Action Against Invasive Species, by Jennifer Brooks (Ages 10-14; GT112)

A Humane-Inspired Approach, by Brian Ogle (Ages 10-19; GT111)

An Intergenerational Care Game, by Edith Pucci Couchman (Ages 6-14; GT111)

Stewardship in Appalachia, by Jennifer L. Weible and Heather Toomey Zimmerman (Ages 10-19; GT110)

The Bison Range Project, by Jennifer Ogden (Ages 6-14; GT110)

Fostering Youth Leadership in Urban Places, by Ethan Lowenstein, Lisa Voelker, Jonice Sylvester, Aniya Roundtree, Kianna Harris, Chad Segrist and Rebecca Nielsen (Ages 10-19; GT110)

The Giving of the Gardens, by Alison Elliot (Ages 10-14; GT110)

Integrated Social Justice Learning for Those At-Risk, by Natalie Zayas Delgado (Ages 10-19; GT109)

STEM Learning in Your Own Backyard, by Brooke A. Whitworth, Stephanie Beyea and Melora Purell (Ages 10-14; GT108)

Engineering to do Nothing, by Susan Lewicki (Ages 10-14; GT108)

Feeling the Heat, by Susan Ferguson (Ages 10-14; GT108)

Slow Cookers for Kids, by Dan Hendry (Ages 6-10; GT107)

Stories in the Data, by Bob Coulter and Skyler Wiseman (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Climate Justice in the Classroom, by Ryan Cho (Ages 10-19; GT107)

Inspiring the Bioregional Imagination, by Patrick Howard (Ages 10-19; GT107)

Love Our Coral Reefs, by Melody L. Russell, Stanton Belford, Laura Crowe and David Laurencio (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Take the Green Challenge, by Naomi Dietzel Hershiser  (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Green Teachers & Brown Rivers, by Aceng Ruyani, Erna Affani, Fenty Sufyerny, Suryana, and Catherine E. Matthews (Ages 10-19; GT 106)

Planet Protecting Superheroesby Vanessa LeBourdais (Ages 6-14; GT105)

Pets and Pedagogyby Steven King (Ages 6-14; GT105)

Around the World: The Invasive Species Challengeby April Claus, Susie Moffett and Stacey Widenhofer (Ages 10-19; GT104)

Understanding Micro Particles in the Oceanby Dodie Saunders and Katelyn Hunt (Ages 10-14; GT104)

Wetland Warriorsby Eric Diefenderfer (Ages 10-14; GT104)

Every Species Has a Purpose, by Wendy Brown with David Robinson (Ages 10-19; GT104)

Five Tools for Classrooms Without Wallsby Logan LeCompte (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Organizing Youth Farmer’s Marketsby Jamie Siebrase (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Sustainability Education and Media Literacyby Sox Sperry (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Science in Seasonby Naomi Dietzel Hershiser (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Birding for Beginners, by Renne Bachman and Ted Watt (Ages 10-14; GT103)

Outside the Classroom, Adventure Awaits, by Cindi Smith-Walters and Christa Campbell (Ages 8-14; GT103)

Mapping for Change, by Scott Lenhart (Ages 10-14; GT103)

Fostering Leadership for Sustainability, by Patricia Armstrong (Ages 11-19; GT101)

Wild Harvesting and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, by Kieran Dowling (Ages 6-14; GT101)

Active Students, Passive Solar, by Nelson Lebo (Ages 6-12; GT101)

Stormwater Stewards, by Steve Braun and Kirk Ordway (Ages 12-19; GT101)

Turning Rotten into Right, Jyoti Gopal (Ages 5-12; GT101)

Investigating River Quarryingby Vincente C . Handa, Aris C . Larroder, Lourdes N . Morano, Deborah J . Tippins and Susan G . Harper (Ages 6-14; GT100)

An Outdoor Play and Learn Area, by Amanda Gebicki and Alison Reilly (Ages 6-12; GT100)

Connecting with Bugs, by John Guyton and Lois Connington (Ages 6-14; GT100)

Wildlife Olympics, by Los Nixon (Ages 6-12; GT100)

Coconutty Classes, by Noan Fesnoux (Ages 10-14; GT99)

When Nature Speaks, by Emma Gilbertson (Ages 6-12; GT99)

Butterflies and Biomimicry, by Karen McDonald (Ages 10-14; GT99)

Doing Business in Birmingham, by Pauline Roberts (Ages 11-14; GT99)

The Nature-Study Movement, by Kelly Johnson (Ages 6-14; GT99)

Hemlock Holmes: Tree Detective, by Emily Hogan (Ages 6-12; GT99)

Training the Next Generation of Leaders, by Dave Bauer and Pamela A. Szalay (Ages 11-19; GT99)

MindShift, by Alan Warner (Ages 11-19; GT98)

Swimming with Sharks, by Karen McDonald (Ages 10-14: GT98)

Improving the Air We Breathe, by Neil Smith and John Todd (Ages 11-19; GT98)

The Environmental Impact of the Tar Sands, by Patrick Clarke (Ages 12-19; GT97)

Children’s Rights and Climate Change, by Paula Gallo and Barbara Strang (Ages 11-19; GT97)

The Mystery of the Missing Mayflies, by Laney Heath (Ages 10-14; GT97)

Pedestrian City, by Josh Fullan (Ages 12-19; GT96)

Mapping to Increase Student Awareness of Local Wildlife, by Hannah Wyatt (Ages 10-14; GT96)

Endangered Animals and Science Literacy, by Lindsay Hagan (Ages 10-14; GT96)

Connecting Art and Science, by Amanda Berlinski (Ages 11-19; GT96)

Beyond Disaster Relief, by Sandra Kiviaho (Ages 11-19; GT95)

Follow the Light Energy from the Sun, by Leah Duran and Katie Frey (Ages 5-12; GT95)

The Environmental Impact of Pets, by Tim Hammerly and Brianna DuMont (Ages 6-14; GT95)

The Pet Waste Project, by Cynthia Gardner (Ages 6-14; GT95)

The Learning Bargeby Robin Dunbar (All Ages; GT94)

Parties, Praise, and Plastic Bottlesby Tasha Kirby (Ages 6-12; GT94)

Evaluating & Promoting Eco-Products, by Chris Summerville (Ages 12-19; GT94)

Assessment & Evaluation for Outdoor/Enviro-Education, by Bert Murphy (Ages 7-15; GT94)

Amphibians and Two Game Structures, by Edith Couchman (Ages 8-14; GT93)

Discovering Native Bees, by Alison Pearce Stevens (Ages 9-19; GT93)

Star Power, by Michael J. Caduto (Ages 5-14; GT93)

Bear Beach Camping Trip, by Alan Barwin (Ages 8-14; GT93)

Rewriting Our World, by John Gust (Ages 10-14, GT93)

Nighttime Adventures, by Brad Daniel and Clifford Knapp (Ages 7-16; GT93)

Using Folklore to Promote Ocean Literacy, by Catherine Lindsay Linsky, Sara Raven, Melissa Jurkewicz, Len Bloch and Brett Farkas (Ages 11-14, GT92)

Watershed Stewardship through Hands-on Exploration, by Darius Kalvaitis and Liz Heffernan (Ages 6-12; GT92)

The Ocean – Live! Anywhere! Anytime!, by Ali. L. Hochberg (Ages 11-19; GT92)

Directed Outdoor Murals on Schools, by Ann Coffey (Ages 5-12; GT93)

Dig, Measure and Observe, by Natalie Stern (Ages 7-12; GT91)

Climate Change Treasure Hunt, by Bert Murphy (Ages 5-12; GT91)

A Plastic Bottle Greenhouse, Vanya Orr and Mohan Kumar (Ages 5-14; GT 91)

Step Outside For Learning, by Pamela Gibson and Bryan Bibby & Janice Haines (Ages 5-12; GT91)

Going Out, by Joyce Nett (Ages 3-15, GT91)

Local Lore, by Patrick Keegan (Ages 10-14; GT90)

Teaching Sustainability with Two Buckets, by Sarah Laimon (Ages 10-19; GT89)

Rethinking Climate Change Education by Rosalyn McKeown and Charles Hopkins (All Ages; GT89)

A Window into the Wild, by Dawn R. Tanner (Ages 10-16; GT89)

Localism as a Guiding Framework for Schools, by Sheila Giesbrecht (Ages 6-14; GT89)

The Mathematics of Trash, by Kate Nelson (Ages 7-12; GT89)

Bringing Children Back to Nature, by Janet Barlow (Ages 6-10; GT88)

Getting Down and Dirty: Studying Soil Samples from Around the Country, by Nanette L. Avery (Ages 10-14; GT88)

Introducing Biomimicry, by Dorna L. Schroeter (Ages 6-14; GT88)

Last Child in the Woods, First Book in the Field by Mike Weilbacher (All ages: GT87)

Poetry Power: Using Poems in Environmental Education, by Alison Flensburg (Ages 6-14; GT87)

Acting Out Energy Forms, by Arianna Alexsandra Grindrod (Ages 6-14; GT87)

Analyzing Wildlife Habitat with Google Earth, by Dawn Tanner (Ages 10-14; GT87)

The Hawk in the Nest, by Edith Pucci Couchman (Ages 6-12; GT87)

For Slugs’ Sake: Making a Refuge for Slugs, Bugs and Other Invertebrates, by Angela Wilbers Luekenotto and Janice Schnake Greene (Ages 10-14; GT87)

From Seals to Snails: Understanding Eelgrass, by Nora Beem, Michael Dufilho and Frederick Short (Ages 10-14; GT87)

Two-Eyed Seeing in a School District, by Drew Myers (Ages 13-19; GT86)

Mother Earth, Grandfather Sun, by Cheryl Bartlett (Ages 11-14; GT86)

Earth Alive!, by Judy Wearing (Ages 10-14; GT86)

Bridging the Gap: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge and Science, by Deanna Kazina and Natalie Swayze (Ages 12-19; GT86)

Traditional Medicines: How Much is Enough?, by Annamarie Hatcher and Cheryl Bartlett (Ages 11-19; GT86)

Creating Earth Adventures: Self-Guided Programs to Connect Children with Nature, by Alan Warner (Ages 6-12; GT85)

Environmental Writing Projects: Empowering Students, Documenting the Natural World, by Jan D. Wellik (Ages 12-19; GT85)

Making Natural Connections, by Susan Pass and Christine Mosley (Ages 6-12; GT85)

Our Community Geoscapes: Living Sustainability, by Tom Harding (Ages 11-14; GT84)

Climate Change and Regional Geography, by Talia Epstein (Ages 10-14; GT83)

Stormwater Runoff: Understanding the Ecological Impacts of Changing Land Uses, by Joan Chadde (Ages 10-14; GT83)

Water: Local Pollution, Global Confusion!, by Amanda Freedman Tetrault (Ages 11-14; GT83)

The TREK Program, by Antony Blaikie (Ages 13-19; GT83)

Planet Transit: Profit or Survival, by Georgi Marshall (Ages 13-19; GT83)

Community-Character Education, by Sandra Ryack-Bell (Ages 11-14; GT82)

Student Experts in Community Character, by Linda L. Rulison (Ages 10-14; GT82)

Using the Arts to Reclaim Community Pride, by Angie Cook (Ages 10-19; GT82)

Organizing Youth Environmental Summits, by Jane Eller (Ages 10-19; GT82)

Community Appearance: Opportunities in the Inner City, by Rebekah Greenwald (Ages 10-19; GT82)

Do You See What I See?, (Ages 12-14; GT82)

Building with Natureby Rosemary Martin-Moore (Ages 10-15; GT82)

Students as Town Planners, by Ted Mitchell (Ages 12-14; GT82)

The Peanut Pageant, by William Straits and Glenn Grizzard (Ages 10-15; GT81)

Last Child in the Woods? Treating Nature-Deficit Disorder at a High School Winter Camp, by Claude Doucette, David Kowalewski and Peggy Ransom (Ages 13-19; GT80)

Growing Art in School Gardens, by Hilary Inwood (Ages 6-14; GT80)

Making It Up As We Go Along: Pretend Games, by Tricia Edgar (Ages 6-12; GT80)

Sun Block, (Ages 10-14; GT79)

Sunnyside and the Wolf, by Steven Siegel (Ages 10-16; GT79)

A Date with Freddie Kudzu, (Ages 10-19; GT79)

Something’s Choking Auntie Elm, (Ages 6-14; GT79)

The Field Dreams (and other outdoor classroom myths), by Karan Wood (Ages 6-14; GT79)

Habitat House Hunt, by Kristin Mack-Hammer and Janice Denney (Ages 10-14; GT78)

Field Trips: The Good, Bad, and Ugly, by Laura Woof (Ages 10-14; GT78)

Reading the Landscape, by Janice Schnake Greene (Ages 6-14; GT78)

The ‘Who Am I?’ Project, by David Rude (Ages 10-14; GT77)

Drama in Environmental Education, by Shelagh Levey (Ages 8-12; GT77)

Environmental Service-learning Projects: Developing Skills for Action, by Lynne Dominguez and Mary Lou Schilling (Ages 10-19; GT76)

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