America's WETLAND education initiatives feature resources for educators, home schoolers, parents and children of all ages. You can download a variety of lesson plans, order an Estuarian Activity Guide, request the ESTYS visit, sign up with our America's WETLAND Conservation Corps, and visit our Online Resource Center.
The Foundation believes in the importance of educating current and future generations-from the youngest to the oldest-who can act as stewards of the environment and play a key role in the sustainability of our nation's Gulf Coast communities. Please explore our various resources to learn more about the crisis facing Louisiana's coast and how you can do your part to help protect and sustain America's WETLAND.
On the Teachers Resources Page, you can download a variety of lesson plans, download or order an Estuarian Activity Guide, download coloring books, request the Estuarians to visit, and check out the Online Resource Center.
These nine loveable action heroes are the mascots for the America's WETLAND Campaign's fight to save Louisiana's coast. Each of these animals and their friends live in America's WETLAND and depend on us to save their habitat. Learn about our lovable action heros by visiting their page.
Click here to see where the Estuarians will be next! Want them to visit you? Request the Estuarians at your next event. Order an Estuarian Activity Guide by clicking here. In your email, please be sure to include your name, address and telephone number.
This resource center is intended to serve as a reference for the history, present challenges, and future of Louisiana's coastal wetlands - a place we call America's WETLAND. It is a project of LUCEC (Loyola University's Center for Environmental Communication), in partnership with the America's WETLAND Foundation
The America's WETLAND Conservation Corps engages hundreds of volunteers in hands-on coastal restoration and recovery activities, including vegetative planting, restorative interventions, community-wide clean-ups, and hands-on educational projects for members, volunteers and the communities they serve.
The Conservation Corps is building community pride and environmental awareness through volunteerism and will log thousands of volunteer hours during the year while promoting responsible stewardship and conservation; and incorporate a call for action to save coastal Louisiana.