Can You Hear the Eco?

Our Programs

Our Junior Naturalists, Living Classroom and Cleaning and Greening programs reach students from age 6-18.

The Impact

Kids that go through our programs develop a love of nature and science that lasts a lifetime.

Where We Work

Nature Knowledge is in 33 national parks from coast to coast with partners in more than 50 schools.

Stay Involved

Parents, students and supporters can continue to connect with us through events, fundraisers and volunteering.

Collaborative

We're lucky to have long lasting partnerships with the National Parks Service and schools around the country.

Efficient & Effective

Highly Trained Staff

Partner With Us for the Urban Youth Challenge

The Noble Foundation has generously offered us a matching grant, but we need your support to launch a new program for students that lack access to clean and healthy environments.

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Help Sponsor a Student for Next Summer

Your gift of $50 or more helps a student connect with the natural world. Give them the chance to explore the possibilities and build science knowledge in our national parks.

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Train Teachers To Go Beyond Science Standards

Schools no longer have the budgets to help science come alive in their own classrooms. Join us as we work to develop solutions that use our public lands for good.

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The Nature Knowledge Vision

Using our country’s beautiful national parks as a classroom, we strive to instill a love of nature and a desire to protect the environment in all our students.


Attend an Event

Our family-friendly events offer fun-filled outings focused on education and staying active. Check the schedule for an upcoming event near you, or reach out to us about hosting your own gathering.

Support Our Programs

Help us grow! In order to offer more programs in more parks across the country, people like you can support us by making a tax-deductible donation.

Spread the Word
  • Field Note: Sebastian

Last summer, we had the opportunity to collaborate with the amazing folks at Nature Bridge to offer our programs at Olympic National Park in Washington. Check out Sebastian’s field note!

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  • Fact Sheet: Geology Rocks!

It’s a fact – kids love rocks. Looking at colors and shapes, feeling different textures and even skipping them across the lake! Here are some quick facts you can share with your Junior Naturalist next time you’re out exploring.

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  • Living Classrooms Explore Utah

As the summer comes to an end, some lucky students are still enjoying nature in southern Utah as part of our Living Classrooms program, developing skills in the arts AND sciences.

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