Youth and Family Outdoor and Environmental Education

Provides access and opportunity for underrepresented and under-resourced youth and families to engage in introductory, culturally relevant, experiential outdoor and environmental learning (outdoor recreation, watershed education, ecology, climate change, wildlife education, survival skills, etc.)
Reconnects POC communities to the outdoors/nature by combining outdoor learning with cultural history exploration and the African American experience at Lincoln Hills.

  • Classroom volunteers/presenters, Direct teaching, Field trips, Professional development/consulting for administrators, Professional development/consulting for teachers
  • Kindergarden, 2nd Grade Students / Youth, 3rd Grade Students / Youth, 4th Grade Students / Youth, 5th Grade Students / Youth, 6th Grade Students / Youth, 7th Grade Students / Youth, 8th Grade Students / Youth, 9th Grade Students / Youth, 10th Grade Students / Youth, 11th Grade Students / Youth, 12th Grade Students / Youth, Pre-Service Educators/College Students, Teachers/Administrators, General Public/Family
    After school
  • Summer
  • Weekends
  • Climate Change
  • Conservation (Wildlife/Habitat)
  • Environmental Justice
  • Food Systems/Nutrition
  • Outdoor Learning
  • STEM
  • Transportation
  • Waste
  • Water
  • Workforce Development
Academic AlignmentAcademic Alignment
    Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
  • Other
  • : Colorado
  • Spanish
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