We created The Northwest Fur Trade: Cultures, Commerce, and Trade curriculum in collaboration with the National Park Service, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Washington State University Vancouver, Friends of Spokane House, and other partners. It provides adaptable lesson plans with engaging activities to help students develop an understanding of the lasting impacts of the pivotal era for Native cultures, ecosystems, political boundaries, and more. Hands-on trunks are also available from Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area.
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.
Click here for supporting phenomena-based presentations.
Rick Reynolds created this new curriculum with hands-on activities about mosquitoes and other disease vectors in collaboration with Clackamas County Vector Control, Oregon State University Extension Service, and other partners. It includes the free teacher’s guide and supporting resources listed here.
Rick Reynolds created the new Investigating Crayfish + Freshwater Ecosystems curriculum, including teacher’s guide and supporting resources, in collaboration with the National Park Service, The River Mile network, the University of Idaho Extension Service, and other partners.
Rick Reynolds enjoyed helping the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to produce this 67-page guide written from the point of view of important organisms of the sagebrush steppe ecosystem. He extensively edited the complete guide and helped with production. You can email Jennifer Kline (formerly Myslivy) with BLM if you would like a print copy or you can download it free here!