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View Resource Wind Energy Teachers Guide

Learning about wind energy can be both fun and instructive, whether it is at the elementary school or 6-12th grade levels. This guide provides teacher information, ideas for sparking children's...
View Resource Science and Technical Considerations for Wind Farm Siting

Our goal was to create high school and community college curriculum relating to technical and scientific considerations for siting wind farms. We have created a program, consisting of modules, which...
View Resource Wind Energy – Storage Solutions for Today and Tomorrow

Significant amounts of electricity will be generated by wind turbines in the near future. The dispatched nature of this resource requires that storage and grid mechanisms be established to provide...
View Resource Eat Smart. Play Hard.™ Materials

The Eat Smart. Play Hard.? Campaign was launched by USDA's Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) to encourage and teach children, parents, and caregivers to eat healthy and be physically active every d...
View Resource Education and Research: Classroom and Curricula

Learning about sustainable agriculture issues can start at any age. Check here for instructional books, teaching aids, course outlines, support organizations and other teaching resources for all...
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