Corporate Lands for Learning (CLL), a certification program of the Wildlife Habitat Council, opens doors to experience innovative teaching and learning techniques and the opportunity to involve your community in your conservation efforts. CLL fosters in both adults and children a clear understanding of the interdependence of ecology, economics and social structures in both urban and rural areas. Tools are available through the CLL Guidebook.
Many groups may benefit from establishing a CLL program in their habitat. Students may use the habitat as an “outdoor classroom,” building essential knowledge in key concepts and skills. Scout groups can earn merit badges while assisting your team in habitat establishment, management or monitoring. College students and professors may conduct research or class studies in your habitat while providing your site with valuable information. Members of the community connect to the environment and learn about your company’s role as a thoughtful steward of the environment through nature trails and special events featuring your Wildlife at Work program.
Corporate Lands for Learning (CLL) Certification
CLL certification provides your program with third party recognition for educational programs. Certification also provides these sites with guidance on building, expanding, and evaluating your education and outreach programs. Exemplary CLL programs are considered for the annual Corporate Lands for Learning of the Year and the Corporate Lands for Learning Rookie of the Year awards. Contact the Education and Outreach Department to learn more about the CLL program.
Conservation Education Site (CES) program is an introductory track for wildlife teams who wish to initiate the path to CLL and Wildlife at Work certification.
The Wildlife Habitat Council thanks the following generous corporate supporters for
Funding, in part, the Corporate Lands for Learning program and online resources: