An interdisciplinary group of UConn researchers is leading an effort to empower high school students to become “Eco-Digital” storytellers in their communities.
Racial injustice. Health disparities. The environment. These problems of modern society appear regularly in the news and in conversation.
Established in 2017, Conservation Training Partnerships brought teens and adult volunteers together for an experiential learning experience.
As a young environmental student, long before I was a CEE-Change Fellow, I enjoyed and valued the mentors who supported my growth.
Connecting UConn students with high school students to foster skills ranging from forestry to overcoming imposter syndrome.
A unique program is giving intergenerational teams the opportunity to have an impact on their communities through environmental action
Area residents are creating ‘story maps’ of conservation land in Eastern Connecticut as part of UConn’s Natural Resources Conservation Academy.
Each summer since 2012, the Natural Resources Conservation Academy (NRCA) has hosted students and adults from across the state to learn about…
While the name might suggest that a Raven Exhibit is a place to visit in a zoo where one would see a bird called the Common Raven…
The Natural Resources Conservation Academy (NRCA) at the University of Connecticut (UConn) is a unique program that engages Connecticut teens and adult volunteers throughout the state with conservation efforts at the community level.