-Background on Target Species (e.g., common name, scientific name, state and fed

-Background on Target Species (e.g., common name, scientific name, state and federal listing status (e.g, endangered, threatened) and year of listing, historic range, current range. Habitat and food sources used throughout all life phases. Threats the selected species faces, now and in the future. -Goals & Objectives of the Management Plan Goals: long term desires… Continue reading -Background on Target Species (e.g., common name, scientific name, state and fed

Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?,

Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?, the interactive Playposit video before attempting this activity. Purpose Students will analyze a map showing a fictitious undeveloped area within a city and develop a growth plan that utilizes smart growth concepts.  Map is attached below. Introduction:  “’Smart growth’ covers a… Continue reading Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?,

Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?,

Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?, the interactive Playposit video before attempting this activity. Purpose Students will analyze a map showing a fictitious undeveloped area within a city and develop a growth plan that utilizes smart growth concepts.  Map is attached below. Introduction:  “’Smart growth’ covers a… Continue reading Please ensure you have completed Activity #1 ENVS Unit 3: What is smart growth?,

Sustainability Activity Please ensure you are completing this activity first, be

Sustainability Activity Please ensure you are completing this activity first, before completing the Environmental Issues activity. Purpose Sustainability science attempts to solve complex problems caused by numerous, interrelated economic, social and environmental (and other) factors. In addition to being complex, these problems are urgent, potentially dangerous, and change overtime. They also require long-term, flexible interventions… Continue reading Sustainability Activity
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For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, th

For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, the decisions we make every day impact our environment. For example, food choices impact our environment. The following are some examples: Eating food grown using sustainable methods, such as natural pesticides and crop rotation, is better for the environment than eating food grown… Continue reading For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:
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For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, th

For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, the decisions we make every day impact our environment. For example, food choices impact our environment. The following are some examples: Eating food grown using sustainable methods, such as natural pesticides and crop rotation, is better for the environment than eating food grown… Continue reading For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:
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We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedro

We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedroom, running our kitchen faucet, cranking up the furnace during cold winter nights, and even the choice to keep our windows open or closed—all of these impact the energy we consume. Some decisions can also save you money, but… Continue reading We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedro

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For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, the decisions we make every day impact our environment. For example, food choices impact our environment. The following are some examples: Eating food grown using sustainable methods, such as natural pesticides and crop rotation, is better for the environment than eating food grown… Continue reading For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:
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We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedro

We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedroom, running our kitchen faucet, cranking up the furnace during cold winter nights, and even the choice to keep our windows open or closed—all of these impact the energy we consume. Some decisions can also save you money, but… Continue reading We all use energy in more ways than we think. Turning on the lights in our bedro

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For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: As we are learning, the decisions we make every day impact our environment. For example, food choices impact our environment. The following are some examples: Eating food grown using sustainable methods, such as natural pesticides and crop rotation, is better for the environment than eating food grown… Continue reading For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:
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