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View Resource Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife

Library Holdings. This award-winning book by NWF's celebrity naturalist David Mizejewski is chock full of information on gardening for wildlife, including illustrated how-to projects, recommended...

http://www.shopnwf.org/Gift-Items/Backyard-Habitat/2780-NWF9...
View Resource Wildlife Promise: Blogs from Around the Federation

Wildlife Promise is the blogging home of the National Wildlife Federation Wildlife Promise is an online extension of our commitment to protect and restore wildlife habitat, confront global warming...

http://blog.nwf.org/
View Resource GISS Institute on Climate and Planets

Links to NASA’s problem-based investigations, lessons, modules, models, simulations, tool books, and research resources on climate and environmental research.

http://icp.giss.nasa.gov/education/
View Resource Design Challenge Lessons Online: Physics of Roller Coasters

Full-length lab curriculum was developed to teach Kinetic and Potential energies, Newton's Laws of Motion, velocity, friction and acceleration.

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/dconline/physicsR...
View Resource Careers in Health

Get the career training you need at a location near you. Enter your zip code, then select the program you’re interested in and we’ll give you a list of healthcare schools close to you.

http://www.careers-in-health.com/
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