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.
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.
An education initiative centered around the Hudson River Estuary Watershed. The stewardship component consists of school field trips and community events, at several waterfront parks on the North Shore of Staten Island.
Providing outdoor educational experiences and engaging, nature-based curricula for students in grades K - 6.
Environmental Literacy Committee has worked with a number of constituents to develop a draft Environmental Literacy Plan (ELP) for New York State
Go Green! is an interdisciplinary environmentally focused summer camp designed for the children of NYU's faculty and staff between the ages of 6-12.
We worked with four local high schools to engage students in green technologies through innovative green curriculum coupled with green career education
The Hudson River Teacher Education Program was initiated to help teachers learn about current research and issues affecting the Hudson River Estuary and the New York Harbor.
SYSTEM (Summer Youth STEM) is an environmental summer program for New York City high school students focusing on the integration of STEM standards.
The goal of The Trees and People Project is to promote ecologically sound policies that sustain and protect our urban forests through an educated local constituency.
TEEP is a network of university faculty and environmental professionals working together to bring about increased opportunities for environmental education in pre-service teacher education.
The NYU Wallerstein Collaborative launched a citizen science program in 2011, with the funding from the Water Resources Institite.
Into The Woods (ITW) provides environmental education professional development opportunities for elementary teachers.