Schoolyard Biodiversity Guide

The Schoolyard Biodiversity Investigation provides students with the opportunity to learn about biodiversity in a tangible and available environment – their own schoolyard. Whether the campus is a sea of cement and grass or contains a diverse garden or forest, the opportunity for students to investigate first-hand will deepen their understanding of biodiversity, ways to measure it, and the impact people have on it. After looking at their schoolyards, students can then apply their newly-gained knowledge to understand biodiversity and its deeper issues in their local habitats, as well as in far-reaching places.

A Project of the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ North American Conservation Education Strategy.
Developed by the Pacific Education Institute Funded by a Multistate Grant of the Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration Program.

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