Over the coming weeks, CELT will be both creating more of our own content and sharing more from other conservation-related groups to help our community discover resources for learning and exploring the natural world despite the COVID-19 pandemic. We plan to post most things on social media first, and then periodically gather a digest for our website and email list. Here are our first recommendations:
“As we all transition to distance learning, I offer you five principles of place-based learning to get your home-based education program up and running.”Willard Morgan, President, Chewonki Foundation
“Many farms across Maine have added alternative ways customers can obtain farm products to accommodate for social distancing in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. Maine farmers are updating this database in an effort to increase public access to their farm products during this time.”University of Maine Cooperative Extension
“This global pandemic has us all pretty freaked out. Handled responsibly, open space and wildlife observation might be just the balm you need.”Andy McGlashen, Audubon Magazine
“’Honeyland,’ ‘Into the Canyon,’ and ‘Okavango: River of Dreams’ are generating buzz at Sundance and the Oscars. You can also stream them online.”Erin Berger, Outside
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