Teacher Workshops are scheduled throughout Colorado to train formal and non-formal educators. Find scheduled workshops on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Calendar.
Project WILD is a focused conservation and environmental education program designed for students in Pre K-12.
Colorado Archery in the Schools Program (CASP) provides training and resources for teachers to start an in-school archery program at their schools.
CPW Teacher Institutes are interagency, site-based, outdoor education programs for teachers. The Teaching Environmental Science Naturally (TEN) and Outdoor Understanding for Teachers (OUT) programs utilize curriculum-based guides from Project WILD and other local resources.
River Watch is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program. Learn about the program at the River Watch Web site or by contacting Michaela Taylor at (303) 291-7322.
The ABCs of Colorado Wildlife - Alphabet poster sets with Colorado wildlife in the Zaner-Bloser and D'Nealian styles for printing and posting in your classroom.
Colorado Environmental Education Plan – A plan that outlines strategies to support education of an environmentally literate citizenry.
Colorado's Wildlife Company - A collection of wildlife appreciation information.
Fish Hatchery Tours and Field Trips – Tour a local fish hatchery with your students.
Videos, Kits, and 'Critter Crates' Library - Educational wildlife and conservation materials for loan.
Wild Colorado: Crossroads of Biodiversity - A poster series of Colorado's natural systems with eight full-color posters accompanying a 72-page educator's guide.
Wildlife Curriculum Resources – Downloadable curriculum units for Colorado teachers.
Wildlife Discovery Pages - Downloadable activity pages of Colorado wildlife species designed for Early Childhood, Elementary and Middle School students.