Rhode Island Environmental
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Environmental Education Directory

Looking for an organization, program, or resource to help get your students, family, or colleagues engaged in environmental learning? RIEEA has compiled a comprehensive, searchable list of opportunities throughout the state and online that offer resources for educators, families, and more.

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Project WET

Project WET

Project WET has been researching, writing, and publishing water education materials since 1984. The result is the most comprehensive collection of award-winning water education books, guides, maps, posters, and downloadable resources you’ll find anywhere.

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Project WILD

Project WILD’s mission is to provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources. All curriculum materials are backed by sound educational practices and theory, and represent the work of many professionals within the fields of education and natural resource management from across the country. There are four curricula specifically designed for pre-K through 12th grade: Project WILD, Aquatic WILD, Growing Up WILD, and Flying WILD.

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Providence Country Day School

PCD is a college preparatory school for students in grades 6-12. The diverse student population is drawn from more than 45 communities throughout southeastern New England. Their educational program balances rigorous academics, visual and performing arts, and competitive athletics. In addition to traditional classrooms supported by interactive technology, PCD is also home to The Nature Lab, which includes: a protected outdoor learning space, The Living Classroom; a dedicated traditional classroom; woodland trails; an expanded diverse forest edge; and numerous gardens.

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Providence Neighborhood Planting Program

The PNPP is a street tree planting partnership of the Mary Elizabeth Sharpe Street Tree Endowment, the City of Providence, and the residents of Providence. Since 1988, The Mary Elizabeth Sharpe Street Tree Endowment has matched Providence Parks Department funds to provide trees, soil, sidewalk preparation, and tree delivery at no cost to Providence residents who apply for and receive a Neighborhood Street Tree Planting Award.

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Providence Urban Wildlife Conservation Partnership

The Partnership is a collaboration between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service programs, the City of Providence–Parks Department, and the Partnership for Providence Parks. They strive to connect children and their families to nature using city parks and urban greenspaces as outdoor learning areas. This is done through partnerships with schools looking to co-facilitate field trips at local parks, public and family programs ranging from nature play to birdwatching and guided hikes along nature trails throughout the city, and summer/after-school activities that encourage outdoor exploration. They also offer professional development opportunities for teachers in the City of Providence each summer. This program is part of a national effort of many Urban Wildlife Conservation Partnerships.


Providential Gardener / What Grows On in RI

Providential Gardener is an online reference resource that collects and organizes all sorts of information about Rhode Island’s natural environment. Teachers and students can find events and organizations on every environmental topic, get ideas for projects and field trips, and locate experts who can enrich class presentations. The What Grows On in RI! calendar lists activities for children of all ages as well as trainings and professional development related to the environment. The organization directory and category pages are good sources for exploring the wide range of educational programs and careers in environmental fields in Rhode Island.

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Recycle-A-Bike is a volunteer-based community organization that connects people with refurbished bikes, provides practical bike knowledge, and advocates bicycle use by empowering cyclists to ride safely and confidently.

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Revive the Roots

Revive the Roots fosters diverse landscapes and programs to gather, create, learn and grow food in community. Founded in 2011, Mowry Commons, their 23-acre flagship project, serves both environmental and human needs. Revive the Roos provides support for local school gardens and field trips as well as educational programs and events to the public. Their site is free to visit 364 days a year with trails and gardens to explore!

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Rhode Island Beekeepers Association

RIBA works to raise the standard of beekeeping as well as to educate the general public about the value of beekeeping. They host monthly membership meetings in which both new and experienced beekeepers can collaborate with one another. Membership includes access to the Association’s extractor (for a small rental fee) as well as a newsletter. In addition, RIBA offers beginner beekeeping classes and participates in local fairs and other events to promote beekeeping and to sell honey.

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Rhode Island Climate Change Website

This website serves as the State’s primary portal for information and resources on climate change and resiliency. It houses resources for a variety of audiences including Rhode Island citizens, State agencies, municipalities, non-profit organizations, and the business community. It addresses how Rhode Islanders are working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as how to adapt to the projected effects of climate change such as coastal hazards like sea level rise and storm surge, as well as high heat, drought, and inland flooding.

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