We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect. - Aldo Leopold

This section explores how people, plants, and animals share the world. This session will be expanded in Spring 2003.

Available Now

Coming Soon

  • Nature Observations - wildlife viewing, journaling, sketching, photography
  • Stewardship and Conservation
  • Studying Nature
  • Nature Writing
  • Famous Naturalists
  • Outdoor Survival
  • Senses
  • Hiking, Camping, and Outdoor Recreation
  • Geocaching
  • Hobbies and Careers with Nature
  • Patterns in Nature
  • Arts and Crafts - pottery, weaving, sketching, painting, knapping
  • Helpful Plants - medicine, food, dyes
  • Plants and Animals Living Together - pollination
  • Animals Living Together - adaptation, camoflague, relationships, movement, homes, tracks, hibernation, migration
  • Plants Living Together - life cycle, movement, growth, agriculture
  • Human Impact - architecture, pollution, invasive species, endangered species

42eXplore Projects

These projects contain a definition and links to resources, activities, student projects, and lessons.

| about the project | living things | living spaces | living together | eduscapes |

Developed by Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson, 4/02. Updated 6/02.

All photographs were taken by Annette and Larry. Students and teachers have permission to use them in classroom activities as long as the website is cited. All other rights are reserved.