We created the free new educational video game “Fight the Bites!” for Clackamas County Vector Control. It’s an interactive adventure story set in “Clackamas Land.” Players help surprising characters stay safe from mosquitoes while exploring science concepts and having fun. Don’t let Mosquitula bite you!
more and choose from different versions of the game at fightthebites.com.
Clackamas County Vector Control also offers free mosquito life cycle kits with live larvae to observe the complete metamorphosis, as well as a free curriculum, children’s books, and more that we helped them to create at fighthebites.com/education.
Rick Reynolds created the new Investigating Ice Age Floods curriculum in collaboration with the National Park Service, the Ice Age Floods Institute, and other partners. The guide was edited by Krista Reynolds of Engaging Every Student and Janice Elvidge of the National Park Service.
Download the free teacher’s guide here!
Click here for supporting phenomena-based presentations.
Rick Reynolds created CO2Foundation.org in collaboration with the foundation’s leadership. Rick also volunteers as part of their Education Team, and Krista provides consulting on asset management. We share their passion for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and the impacts of extreme weather, as well as the need to pursue carbon sequestration initiatives, such as restoring ecosystems and technological solutions.
Rick Reynolds created the Wahab Training website and edited the content in collaboration with Stéphanie Wahab PhD, MSW.
Rick Reynolds created the Ranger Roy Explore website and edited the content in collaboration with Ranger Roy Simpson, the Oregon Commission for the Blind, and Roy’s daughter, Cat, who designed the beautiful logo. Roy is a good friend and talented retired National Park Service Ranger who recently became legally blind as the result of an illness. It was a joy and honor to help him create this 100% accessible website that is a resource to ALL Internet users, including those who are blind. Rick got to know Roy through service on the Board of the Environmental Education Association of Oregon.