The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy Shares Nature-Based Educational Resources!

Check out the new Nature-Based Educational Resources List that our partners at the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy’s (SDRVC) recently released. This Resources List focuses on maintaining connection between individuals and their surrounding natural and human communities! Activities cover a range of topics that are tailored for youth (Kindergarten - 12th grade) and families. Resources are free and easy to access.



The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy (SDRVC) recently shared a list of their recommended nature-based educational activities with the purpose of maintaining connection between individuals and their surrounding natural and human communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. While many existing nature-based educational programs are currently postponed, these activities can be a great way to observe and explore the outdoors in a new and exciting way.


The Nature-Based Educational Resources List has a range of activities tailored to Kindergarten -- 12th grade, as well as activities for the whole family. Topics include weather and climate tracking, geology investigations, writing prompts, and more! To access the activities, click on the highlighted links within the Resource List to either download or explore individually based on learning preference.


Activities can be done in a variety of locations such as looking through a window, in a backyard or patio, in a local neighborhood, or outdoor place. The Resources Document is designed to serve a diverse community of students and families, and materials are freely available to access.



Thank you to our partners at the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy for compiling these resources to share with the community. With activities like these, the outdoors can continue to be a refuge and source of inspiration!


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