Watch this webinar in our series of looking at how we can move place-based education online, given the impact of COVID-19. We heard from our colleagues at the Bureau of Land Management and the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education for innovative ideas about how to ensure that we use the power of technology and the power of education to deliver effective environmental education programming online. We highlighted some of the thinking that goes into adapting face-to-face learning and some of the tools that can make our programming come alive.
New Ideas for Moving Place-Based Learning Online
Publications & Documents
Join us for a Lunch & Learn presented by Robert Castelo, Graduate Student at the University of Idaho, and the...READ MORE
Presented by Gallagher & Associates & Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Learn how to diversify audiences, increase learning, and encourage ongoing...READ MORE
Extinction rates are expected to increase as we move through the Anthropocene (our current geologic era), yet we have a...READ MORE
Fiscal year 2023 saw many changes for the American Public Gardens Association. The return of in-person events, increased staff turnover,...READ MORE