Environmental Resource Directory
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
Are you an educator looking for lesson plans, field experiences, or other resources?
This Environmental Resource Directory enables educators to find organizations in the Potomac River basin that provide field experiences, professional development, funding and more.
You may search by:
- Focus Area:
- Air, Energy, Food, Landscape Design, Funding, Nature, Native Plant Nursery, Waste, or Water
- Service Area:
- Curricular Resources―Find lesson plans, activities, and more that you can use in your classroom.
- School Based Presentations―Have a guest speaker make a presentation to your class.
- Field Experiences―Take your students on a field trip to experience environmental topics first-hand.
- Professional Development Workshops―Enhance your skills and knowledge by taking a Professional Development Workshop.
- Community Service Opportunities―Encourage your students to assist in community service projects.
- Technical Expertise―Get assistance with technical projects and research.
- Funding―Find grants and funding for various school and environmental projects.
- To search for a specific service, such as an in-school presentation, use the Hide Field icon () to hide the fields you do not need.
- Icon functions can be combined or select multiple filters under one icon.
- Slide the bar at the bottom of the directory to the right for your results.
- Click on the expand record icon () to see all the details from the specific organization.
- Click on the View Larger Version icon () on the bottom right to expand the spreadsheet to a full window.
- Other icons include the group () and sort () options.
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*Note: This database is best viewed on a desktop computer. The mobile version will not show all features.
Think we missed something? Please contact us with questions or to have additional organizations added to the list.
This resource directory was developed by ICPRB and the Anacostia Watershed Society with funding from a Chesapeake Bay Trust—Prince George’s County Stormwater Stewardship Grant.