Science and Civics: Sustaining Wildlife
Middle and High School-level discussion and decisions affecting people, wildlife, and their shared habitat in the community.
No longer in print – available as a downloadable PDF directly from the National Project WILD office.
- Awareness: alerts students to the impact of human and individual activities on habitat quality and quantity
- Participatory Democracy: develops principles related to government structures and is appropriate for government and civics units of social studies course.
- Habitat Exploration: studies biotic and abiotic parameters of a site and is appropriate for ecology and environmental science units of science course.
- Taking Action: guides both science and social studies students in designing, implementing, and communicating projects to enhance a particular site.
Science & Civics was part of the Texas WILD Suite until it became unavailable in hard copy. Contact us if you would like a workshop.