Texas Children in Nature is a network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas! Nature Rocks is one way they connect families with partners that offer access to nature, educational programs or healthy events.
A youth service program to foster respect and compassion for all living things, beliefs, and cultures.
Free posters and lesson plans!
The CPF Institute supports educators and increases their capacity to involve students in investigating natural phenomena, solving problems, and making a difference.
Exploring Your Watershed
This module incorporates an outdoor lesson, a hands-on lesson, and a web-based tool developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency
This program educates students about energy efficiency through a project-based curriculum, saving energy in schools and building pathways to green jobs.
Covington’s Nursery & Landscape is one of the largest retail and wholesale nurseries in Texas, with 18 acres of trees and premium plant material to choose from!
Educational programs offered by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) focus on building understanding about water resources, state water planning and water conservation across the state.
The Center for Green Schools works with school decision makers, community volunteers, and leaders to drive progress.
Ranger Rick has long been recognized as the leading nature magazine for kids aged 7 and up.
Does the water I flush come back to me as drinking water?
This program provides educators with lesson plans on climate change to educate students about sustainability.
The library is a place where citizens of Rowlett can work, play, and develop a love of learning.