Teach WILD. Learn WILD. Be WILD.

a wild curriculum!


Project WILD's mission is to provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources. All curriculum materials are backed by sound educational practices and theory, and represent the work of many professionals within the fields of education and natural resource management from across the country.

Schedule a workshop today! Contact your state coordinator to find out how.

Click on the program images below to learn more about the curriculums specifically designed for pre-K-12.







Free Online Project WILD Professional Development!

   When: August 15 to December 31, 2022
   Who's Eligable: 
      --  K-12 Formal educators (Teachers and school staff), and
      --  College Level Instructors/professors/faculty (including instructors for students in pre-service education courses and environmental/natural resource courses).

All courses are self-paced. For each course completed, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion. See below for more information.

Course Offerings  

        (for eligible participants)

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Climate & Wildlife Online (register here)
Learn about using Project WILD activities and resources to teach middle and high school students about climate change and climate adaptation.  Six to eight hours to complete.

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Flying WILD Online (register here)
Connect topics about migratory birds to school curriculum. Ideal for teachers of grades 4-8. Six to eight hours to complete.

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Aquatic WILD Online (register here)
Implement activities from the Aquatic WILD activity guide to incorporate topics about aquatic wildlife and habitats into school curriculum.  Ideal for teachers for grades 3-12. Six hours to complete.

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----Coming Fall 2022----
Project WILD for Professors (Register Here)
In this short* course, get an overview of Project WILD materials and  Learn how Project WILD activities are ideal for . . . 
     - Preparing preservice education students to teach science and environmental education
     - College students in introductory natural resource and environmental studies courses. 
*Two hours to complete.  

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