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      Prairie Restoration for Wisconsin Schools from the Earthkeeping Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum

University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum
1207 Seminole Hwy.
Madison, WI 53711
(608)262-9925 or (608)363-5522

http://www.wisc.edu/arboretum

This extensive prairie curriculum guide can be ordered from the University of Wisconsin Madison Arboretum

Mighty Akorns Program Handbook
"Mighty Akorns involves urban 3-9th graders in the exloration of natural areas, hands-on stewardship projects, and other direct experiences in the prairies, woodlands, and wetlands of the Chicago metropolitan area."

Contact the Nature Conservancy to become involved in this program. If you are not from Illinois, check with the Nature Conservancy in your state to find out what programs are occuring in your state.

Mighty Akorns Program Handbook
The Nature Conservancy of Illinois
8 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 900
Chicago, Illinois 60603-9619

Particles and Prairies: The Fermilab Prairie Savannah
This curriculum guide is given to teachers after attending a Fermilab workshop on Particles and Prairies. However, this guide can be found throught the university library system in Illinois.

Contact Fermilab to find out more about their curriculum guide.

Particles and Prairies: The Fermilab Prairie Savannah
Friends of Fermilab
P.O. Box 500
Batavia, Illinois 06510

 

   
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