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Forest Ecosystems is now called 'Next Generation Stewards.' See below.

Next Generation Stewards broadens students' understanding of the connections among the parts of a Pacific Northwest forest. Students record their observations and reflections in a science journal and,  during a reflective lesson, take a pledge to become a 'Next Generation Steward of the Greenway.'

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Earth Underfoot (NEW!) spotlights the Earth's major systems - the geosphere, biosphere, atmosphere and hydrosphere - and how they interact to create the landscape in which we live.

Earth Underfoot teaching materials coming soon.


Forests and Fins examines what factors create a healthy salmon habitat by engaging students with a variety of hands-on stream monitoring techniques.

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Forests on the Edge inspires dialogue among students. Students are encouraged to answer the question: "What is the best way to use the remaining forest lands that border urban areas?" Students are divided into groups and, after completing a hands-on activity, give presentations to advocate their views.

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Biodiversity Project evaluates the biodiversity of Lake Sammamish State Park through hands-on field observation and data collection. In general, the greater the biodiversity in an ecosystem, the more resilient that ecosystem is to changes in environmental conditions.

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