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From the Classroom to the Chinampas and Back, National Grid Foundation Teach Earth Fellows Share Their Stories

Funded by the National Grid Foundation, three Boston Public School teachers recently returned from an Earthwatch expedition Conserving Wetlands and Traditional Agriculture in Me…

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RAIN at the Zoo: Earthwatch Launches Rain Garden Program at Franklin Park Zoo

This summer, Earthwatch launched a new community engagement program: Raingarden Action in Neighborhoods (RAIN)…

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Humans of Project Kindle: Finding Diversity in Nature and Education

Meet the Humans of Project Kindle – a curated selection of conversations with teachers in the field, on everything from the importance of getting students outside, to the value…

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Starry Nights with White Rhinos in South Africa

This June, Earthwatch Science Writer Ashely Junger returned from her first expedition: Conserving Endangered Rhinos in South Africa…

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The Life of a Humpback Whale and the Importance of Protecting Its Habitat

In Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica, the waters provide a safe haven for humpback whale mothers and their calves…

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Embarking on My First Trip as a Solo Female Traveler, Thanks to Earthwatch

Ashley Junger is about to embark on her first solo travel experience, crossing the Atlantic Ocean and the African continent where she’ll be spending the next few weeks immersed…

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EY Employees Build a Better Working World with Earthwatch

Through collaboration with Earthwatch, EY offers an innovative professional development experience for early-career employees that enables them to support local entrepreneurs, h…

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How Do You Keep a 6-Ton Elephant Out of Your Corn?

In Kenya, Earthwatch researchers are working with local farmers to not only conserve elephants and their habitat, but also secure their crops and prevent raids on the expeditio…

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Changing Climate in Andorra, Changing Minds in Massachusetts

High school teacher Caroline Singler started her career as a field geologist before moving into educatio…

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Whooping Cranes – A Texas Love Story

Earthwatch Program Coordinator Ian Ozeroff traveled to Aransas National Wildlife Refuge to participate on his first Earthwatch expedition Protecting Whooping Cranes and Coastal…

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