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EarthEcho International’s Educator Resources are a collection of videos, lesson plans, and other materials designed to support high-quality classroom experiences. They are unique tools to assist educators as they equip young people to explore and protect their local natural resources. Many of the resources are designed to satisfy Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email us at education@earthecho.org and we will see what we can do to help you.

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    RainCheck: A Guide for Stormwater Action

    We have conclusive evidence that only a fraction of our global water resource is accessible for supporting life. Yet each day throughout the world, water resources are polluted as rainwater travels over roofs, pavement, roads, and bare earth often becoming contaminated before entering our waterways. Use the tools in this Action Guide to explore what happens to the water resources in your community when it rains and develop a plan to protect your local waterways from…

    • Action Guide
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    • Expedition: Into the Dead Zone
    • Water Quality
    • Service Learning
  • “What Happens When We Use Fossil Fuels?” Special Thanks

    EarthEcho International would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their assistance in making this module of EarthEcho Expedition: Into the Dead Zone a success: Kathy Phillips of Assateague Coast Keeper Steve Bussmann of Bussmann Aviation Robin Dennis, Lewis Linker, Brian Bonn, Jeff Corbin, Bo Delp, Dominique Lueckenhoff,  and Stephanie Owens of the United States Environmental Protection Agency Karen Harris of Fort Garrison…

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    • Expedition: Into the Dead Zone
  • “What Happens When We Flush?” Special Thanks

    EarthEcho International would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their assistance in making this module of EarthEcho Expedition: Into the Dead Zone a success: Stephen Marks of Bike and Roll Washington, DC Jennifer Newland, Vickie Fenwick, and Sull McCartney of Canaan Valley Institute Jerry Burke from Friends of Spring Run's Wild Trout Lucas Gagnon & Phyllis Cole of the town of Moorefield, WV Julie Colaw of Petersburg…

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    • Expedition: Into the Dead Zone
  • “What Happens When We Eat?” Special Thanks

    EarthEcho International would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their assistance in making this module of EarthEcho Expedition: Into the Dead Zone a success: Robert and Ruthie Fox of Clay Farms Lisa Bardwell, Elizabeth Groginsky, and Kurt Moser of Earth Force Mary Breslin of George Washington 2 Middle School Sallie Gregory and Kevin Lutz of Lancaster County Conservation District Conservation School Staff Volunteers: Sonia Wasco, Emily…

    • Article
    • Expedition: Into the Dead Zone
  • What Happens When We Build Cities? Special Thanks

    EarthEcho International would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their assistance in making this module of EarthEcho Expedition: Into the Dead Zone a success: Stephen Reiling and Grace Manubay, Trinh Doan of District Department of the Environment, Watershed Protection Division Mike Bolinder of Anacostia River Keeper Josh Falk of the Annapolis Maritime Museum Mike Waldon of Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company Ray Hashimee, George Hawkins, John…

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    • Expedition: Into the Dead Zone