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View Resource Developing Culturally Based Science Curriculum for Native American Classrooms

This paper provides an overview of an academically rigorous, culturally relevant and responsive curriculum and instruction model that is based on the Native Science Connections Research Project...

http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/HOH/HOH-3.pdf
View Resource Maine's Interactive Field Guide to Aquatic Invaders and Their Native Look Alikes

An online resource for Maine’s common native and invasive aquatic plants and animals.

http://www.mainevolunteerlakemonitors.org/mciap/herbarium/
View Resource Wood and Pellet Heating

Information from energy.gov regarding wood and pellet heating.

http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/wood-and-pellet-heati...
View Resource Capacity, Production, and Consumption Assessment of the U.S. South Atlantic Wood Pellet Industry

The wood pellet industry has been in a growing trend worldwide. The Southern U.S. has been proposed as a good location to further develop wood pellet industries geared toward the supply of...

http://www.ncsu.edu/bioresources/BioRes_08/BioRes_08_4_5908_...
View Resource Down To Earth

In May 1992, the Society for Environmental Communications started India?s only science and environment fortnightly, Down To Earth (DTE). DTE?s sphere of influence is not just limited to India. Num...

http://www.downtoearth.org.in/
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