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Conservancy freshwater scientist Jeff Opperman and his eight-year-old son Luca give a tour of their homemade science project that demonstrates the connection between healthy natural lands and a reliable supply of clean water for people.
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Check out some of the problems that Florida mascot Barry the Florida black bear confronts when he leaves the forest. You could help us raise the money needed to protect Florida black bear habitat! http://www.nature.org/bear
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Each summer, kids in Alaska's Bristol Bay gather for a unique summer camp experience celebrating nature and wild salmon. As young people in this part of the world—home to the largest runs of wild salmon on the planet—they care deeply about the future of this precious resource. The Nature Conservancy is proud to support the celebration of wild salmon at the annual Salmon Camp.
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For his 11th birthday, Bryan asked friends and family to make a donation to The Nature Conservancy to help save the coral reefs instead of buying him presents. Bryan visited The Nature Conservancy to share the story of how he was motivated to help save the world. Visit nature.org/your fund to find out how you can make a difference today.otivated him to ask for donations instead of gifts. Visit nature.org/yourfund to learn.
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Do you know why the sky is blue? Or how birds fly? We interviewed people on the street and asked them the big nature questions that kids ask everyday! So grab your kids and watch our video - and find out why!
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A third grade class raises $250 through a bake school sale and adopts 5 acres in Costa Rica. Find out how you can adopt an acre at http://adopt.nature.org/
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Each spring families flock to the Namasket River in Massachusetts to watch countless herring fight their way upriver to Assawompset Pond where they breed. The best spot to see the full drama: a fish ladder at a dam. Dams are bad news for species like river herring (also called alewives) that must migrate between inland breeding grounds and the ocean at various points in their lifecycle in order to survive. Fish ladders give the fish a fighting chance.
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Features a short clip of 5 year old Elizabeth Cook discussing the importance of the Green River and why conservation is important.
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Cub Scouts visit the Conservancy's Helen Allison Savanna - a rare oak savanna and a great place for parents to take their kids to experience nature.
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See how our volunteers are making a difference and getting kids outside, and why volunteering with us (link to http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/un
itedstates/utah/volunteer/volunteer-naturalist-guides.xml) can be so rewarding for you!
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Explore the Conservancy's Wings & Water Wetlands Education Program, and the groundbreaking partnership that will get even more kids outside to explore the wetlands. Learn more at nature.org/wingsandwater