School or University Program

The conservation leaders of tomorrow likely are attending public or private schools and universities today. Commentators rightfully lament that many children are loosing their innate appreciation and connection to the natural world. Schools across Montana are taking children outdoors to learn about nature and roll up their sleeves for conservation projects. Montana colleges and universities blend research and teaching to prepare older students for the challenges and opportunities ahead.

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Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Jan Witt
A greenhouse of hope in Hamilton aims to grow not only plants but a future of opportunity for special needs students at the local high school. This project is for our students...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Alison Perkins
Dr. Doug Emlen spends most days thinking about weapons – the horns, antlers, teeth, claws, and tusks that animals sport to win, momentarily, in an ongoing game of...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Kathy Manley-Coburn
If you ask a class of fourth graders at Cayuse Prairie School about their favorite vegetable, they might start arguing about kale and blue potatoes. All Cayuse Prairie students...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Mia Whitfield
White Sulphur Springs schools are located in a community that contains geothermal hot springs.  The school district is looking for funding to incorporate a...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Cathy Whitlock
Ellie Zignego’s passion for the environment is apparent in her curiosity about how biological systems work, and also how and why they may stop working. Her curiosity is...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Renee Seacor
2012 was the year that a group of extremely passionate students joined together to form the Rocky Mountain College Environmental Club. Determined to make Rocky...
 
Partners in Conservation: School or University Program | Contributor: Kathryn Tilleman
Havre could be described as a “little town” with “big heart.”  It has been stated if there is a need in Havre, people will give.  Not only...
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