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Wallerstein Collaborative Students Performing Water Quality Test

This year we are celebrating 21 years of environmental education and service to the community.  The Wallerstein Collaborative For Urban Environmental Education was established in 2000 in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University to promote environmental literacy and sustainability by working with educators in K-12 classroom settings, graduate students, and faculty in colleges and universities.

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Featured Projects

Bees Alive!

A program that is focused on pollinators and their essential contributions to food systems and ecosystems health. With opportunities for teachers, students, and community members to connect to nature in urban settings.

Tidal Connections

A program which brings NYC students out to Gateway National Recreation Area at Plumb Beach to engage in community science and service learning during horseshoe crab mating season.