10 Amazing Pollinators You Might Not Know About

Pollinators are much more than just bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Discover 10 of the less commonly known pollinating species around the world.

Let’s Go Outside! The Benefits of Learning in the Outdoors

Learn how you can harness kids natural enthusiasm for being outdoors with engaging, hands-on lessons based in your local habitat.

Bats, Birds and Owls – A Conservation Conference Session Recap

One of the more popular breakout sessions at the 2018 Conservation Conference, Bats, Birds and Owls: Capturing Community Interest Through Species Management Programs, focused on the use of species projects […]

The Importance of Aligning Your Projects with Learning Standards

Find out why learning standards are so important and how you can ensure your conservation education activities align with these standards.

What We Learned by Building Insect Hotels

WHC staff spent a day building insect hotels. Read about our experiences.

Hands-On Means Minds-On

At WHC, our model encourages the use of hands-on, minds-on learning whenever possible. This kind of active learning helps you engage more deeply with the information or skill at hand.

Keeping Fireflies from Blinking Out for Good

Learn how to help these fascinating and beneficial creatures.

In Defense of Opossums

Contrary to what one might think, opossums are an important part of North American ecosystems.

Prescribed Fire Means a New Beginning for the Meadow at New Beginnings

Experts use prescribed burning to burn ecosystems in a safe, controlled manner. Prescribed burns reduce the risk of wildfires and help maintaining a healthy ecosystem.

The Nature of Business – A Conservation Conference Session Recap

At the 2016 Conservation Conference, Sue Kelsey of GM, Kristen LeForce of DTE Energy and Sita Daavettila of Summit Materials convened a session to discuss the importance of conservation programs in developing a new or enhancing an existing corporate sustainability strategy.
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