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Environmental Stewardship
GSP K-12 Urban Forestry Curriculum

 
Belinda Chin, Environmental Learning Coordinator
(206) 684-7086 | belinda.chin@seattle.gov

9-12 Program Synopsis and Curriculum Overview

Students will learn what urban forests are, why they are important, the threats they are facing, and receive an introduction to their project. Students will understand the larger picture and how their efforts will affect their local forest and community.

    Lesson 1 - IntroductionThe Importance of Urban Forests
  • PPT: Introduction of the Design Process
    Lesson 2 - The Design ProcessDefining the Problem
  • PPT: Research the ProblemBackground Information
    Lesson 3 - Identifying Native Evergreen Trees
  • PPT: Research the ProblemBackground Information
    Lesson 4 - Identifying Invasive Plants
  • PPT: Tree-iage Training
    Lesson 5 - Planning Field Investigations
    Lesson 6 - Field ExperienceConducting Field Investigations
  • PPT: Data Analysis
    Lesson 7 - Analyzing data and Writing Conclusions
    Lesson 8 - Generating a Possible Solution: Tree-iage Analysis
  • PPT: Implement the Plan!
  • High School Reporting Form: Student Report Out Form
  • High School Reporting Form: Final Report Out Form
  • PPT: Introduction to Monitoring and Stewardship Concept
  • Adaptive Management Concept-Final Step in the Application Design Process
    Lesson 9 - Stewardship and Monitoring
  • PLT In the Good Old Days Lesson
  • PPT: Celebration of Accomplishments

Curriculum Downloads

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Updated December 14, 2011

EVENTS CALENDAR

TEENS

Stewardship opportunities for teens include a variety of urban and nature based exploration, fun, and service to our environment.
 » O2 Teen Program
 » Seattle Parks Teens

COMMUNITY CENTERS

Environmental Stewardship programs at Community Centers offer citizens local opportunities to learn about, and help preserve, the natural resources they see and interact with every day.
 » find a center near you

CREEKS

Interpretive Specialists offer stewardship and educational opportunities in our urban watersheds year-round.
 » SPU Creek Restoration

YOUTH

Day Camps and "Nature Day Camps" at our Environmental Learning Centers and Community Centers offer week long and summer long opportunities for kids and families to learn about the natural world.

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