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Recalling the Past to Shape the Future is an oral history project created by Margaret Sanders, a former NRCA Difference Maker Mentor, that highlights the work, perspectives, and experiences of diverse Connecticut environmental advocates and activists.
- [UConn Today] Extension Educators Launch School-Based Green Infrastructure InitiativeSupported by a $100k grant from the EPA, the program will partner with school districts and sustainable development organizations to bring hands-on projects to students and teachers.
- [Valley Life] Summer Project Leaves a LegacyWith environmental concerns at the forefront of many minds, it’s encouraging to know there are young people who want to leave a legacy for their communities.
- [Ram Page] Conservation Ambassador ProgramImagine this: One moment you’re in the middle of the forest, the trees towering above you as the warm summer breeze flows around you…
- [UConn Today] E-STEAM Ahead: CT High Schoolers to Become ‘Eco-Digital’ Storytellers Through Interdisciplinary GrantAn interdisciplinary group of UConn researchers is leading an effort to empower high school students to become “Eco-Digital” storytellers in their communities.
- [UConn Today] Recalling the Past to Shape the Future: A Podcast on Environmental InjusticeRacial injustice. Health disparities. The environment. These problems of modern society appear regularly in the news and in conversation.
- [UConn Today] Reflecting on the Impact of Conservation Training PartnershipsEstablished in 2017, Conservation Training Partnerships brought teens and adult volunteers together for an experiential learning experience.
- [NAAEE Blog] Facilitating Teen and Adult Community Environmental Action Projects via Near-Peer MentorsAs a young environmental student, long before I was a CEE-Change Fellow, I enjoyed and valued the mentors who supported my growth.
- [UConn Today] UConn Program Shows the Difference a Mentor Can MakeConnecting UConn students with high school students to foster skills ranging from forestry to overcoming imposter syndrome.
- [UConn Today] Teens and Adults Working Together to Help Conservation Efforts in Connecticut CommunitiesA unique program is giving intergenerational teams the opportunity to have an impact on their communities through environmental action
UConn NRCA's Conservation Ambassador Program
NRCA Community Project with Kent Land Trust: Creating a Beautiful Field Guide of Kent Biodiversity
Socially-Distanced Community Conservation Partnerships
Designing for Intergenerational Community Conservation