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FOREST SERVICE OFFERS PLANNING TOOLS FOR YOUR FALL COLORS VACATION

Website and Hotline Provide Peak Viewing and Trip Planning Information The U.S. Forest Service is urging people to get outdoors, spend time in rural communities and urban forests, and enjoy one of nature’s most spectacular seasons with its fall colors

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Learn About the Moon With Selene Video Game (Registration Deadline: August 31st)

“Use your computer to journey back 4.5 billion years, and prepare to blast away — you’re going to make a moon just like Earth’s.” Start your students on this journey of scientific discovery with the award-winning “Selene” video game and

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Join this 2013-14 school year for a distance learning adventure about climate change!

ClimateChangeLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure will provide teachers and students with informative and interactive ways to learn about climate change.  Join us to: meet NATIONAL SCIENCE STANDARDS about climate change get students INVOLVED in climate change activities become CLIMATE CHANGE

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Community EE: New Website and Guidelines Ready for Review and Feedback

Community EE Website Community EE is an evolving practice that considers the value of intentional, authentic relationships with communities and environmental outcomes that consider community health and neighborhood wellness. This site was set up to collect your thoughts and feedback

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Give your input on Project Learning Tree’s K-8 Guide

Project Learning Tree® (PLT) has been one of the most widely used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad since its start in 1976. Using the forest as a window on the world, PLT’s ultimate goal is an

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Science Camp at Mass Audubon in Sharon, MA

August 5-9; August 19-23, 2013 Moose Hill Camp, Sharon Campers ages 10-13 can choose the first session, “Hot and Cold Science,” and learn the most efficient means of lighting a fire, how animals are adapted to climate, and other temperature-focused

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HotelsCheap Accepting Scholarship Applications

High school and college students who demonstrate a strong aptitude for learning, and have a drive to improve themselves, and society in general are eligible to apply for $1,500 scholarships from HotelsCheap.org.  One scholarship is offered in the fall, and

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Complimentary Group Visits to Harvard Museum of Natural History

WOW: Wonders on Wednesdays, Harvard Museum of Natural History A free afterschool program on Wednesday afternoons 1:00-5:00 pm WOW is a free program for community-based youth and afterschool groups of all ages. Bring your group to the museum to discover

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