An interdisciplinary, conservation and environment education program that emphasizes wildlife, people and the environment. This national program provides supplemental curriculum materials containing over 100 activities for educators of youths in grades K-12.
The goal of Project WILD is to assist learners of any age in developing awareness, knowledge, skills and commitment that will result in informed decisions, responsible behavior and constructive actions concerning wildlife, people and the environment. The curriculum/activity guide is available only through a 6-hour educator training workshop. Workshops can be scheduled to accommodate your group's or school's in-service training. In Massachusetts, Project WILD is sponsored by MassWildlife. Hours in Project WILD Workshops may be used toward obtaining PDPs. Click on MassWildlife Calendar for a current schedule.
For more info, contact Project WILD Coordinator, Pam Landry at Pam.Landry@state.ma.us or call her at 508/389-6310.
Visit the National Project WILD website for further information.