NACD has a long history of developing conservation education materials for use in schools, scouts organizations, 4-H organizations, after school programs, field days and other outreach events. Our placemat/activity sheets have been used in local restaurants and senior centers as well as with students. Bookmarks have been utilized for summer reading programs or to have at local doctor offices for promotion of conservation and its benefit to every citizen. We also have posters, student booklets and more. The materials are designed for use in communities to promote conservation of our natural resources.
Pollinators are important to the food you eat everyday. On the education page you will find the educators guide filled with great activities, worksheets, resources, book lists and more. There is a online sample packet to review the education materials available from the NACD Marketplace.
Student Worksheets in additona to the worksheets in the educators guide. Poster Contest information and link to download the logo in B&W, Color, EPS and Vector.
Conservation Habits = Healthy Habitats ALL MATERIALS ARE ON SALE UNTIL - September 30, 2015 Visit the NACD Marketplace!!
There are plenty of conservation habits that help conserve water, provide shelter for animals, birds and insects as well as increase their food supply. Habitats are all across North America and around the world. You can find them in forests, grasslands, deserts, wetlands, arctic tundra as well as right outside your backdoor and in your community. A variety of resource material is located on this site to help you develop a rain garden, design a rain barrel or plant native plants to enhance your community.
Soil to Spoon
Learning the connection to the food we eat each day back to the soil. Importance of healthy soil and healthy food = a healthy person.
Forestry Forests for People - More Than you Can Imagine! ALL MATERIALS ON SALE UNTIL September 30, 2015 Visit the NACD Marketplace
We want to connect people to the forest whether they have one in their back yard, in their state or no forests at all. We all have a connection to the trees in the forest that provide wood for our homes, furniture or cork for the center of our baseballs. We can thank trees that help clean the air we breathe. Trees play an important part in the lives of many farmers across the nation, for food we eat, how forests are managed and products we received from them. Forests are great to hike in as well as watching wildlife and birds. Forests are great to hike in as well as watching wildlife and birds. There is a lot to learn about forests!
COMING WINTER 2016 - We all need trees
Additional topics will be added as resources are produced. Keep checking back for new information!
Contact Susan Schultz, NACD Stewardship and Education Coordinator, with questions or suggestions regarding conservation education resources.