NOTICE: COVID-19 UPDATE: The trails and grounds of Connecticut State Parks and Forests are open for solitary outdoor enjoyment. If you plan to visit a park, it should be for solitary recreation, not group activities. Please plan ahead as many amenities and indoor facilities are closed, and visitors must practice social distancing. COVID-19 Updates CT State Parks and Forests

Educator Resources

Student using land surveying equipment.

Educator Workshops - General Information

Educator Workshops - Curricula

Student Field Trips

Outreach Programs at Your School

Implementing a School Recycling Program

Environmental Websites for Teachers

Supplemental Educational Resources:

Careers in the Curriculum

Students are invited to use this publication to see the many opportunities available and to help make their career choices in environmental protection. 
School to Career: Planning for the Future - A Guide to Careers at the Department of Environmental Protection

Women in the Environment

An educational packet developed for educators to help bring awareness of women’s role in developing environmental fields, sciences and policy locally and globally.  Included are bios, and photos of highlighted women and activities to help students investigate more on their own. Women in the Environment 

Native Waters ~ Exploring CT Waterways

Native Waters connects historical use of rivers and waterways to the historical tribes of Connecticut.  Materials compliment Project WET activities and aim to connect people with water through culture, tradition and science. Native Waters ~ Exploring CT Waterways

Content Last Updated January 2013