Project WILD is a focused conservation and environmental education program designed for students in Pre K-12.
Among the most widely-used conservation and environmental education programs for primary and secondary school educators, Project WILD resources are a field tested supplemental curriculum that aligns with the latest academic standards. The 4th edition of this resource was released in 2018 and contains exciting updates including new activities, field investigations, and connections to STEM. To learn more about the curriculum, available guides, and other resources, visit the National Project WILD website.
Project WILD Resources
Project WILD, an interdisciplinary program that focuses on wildlife and habitat for grades K-12.
Aquatic WILD, a program with an emphasis on aquatic wildlife and ecology for grades K-12.
Flying WILD, a whole-school approach to environmental education using birds as the focus for grades K-12.
Growing Up WILD, an early childhood education curriculum for ages 3 to 7 that provides a foundation for developing positive impressions about the natural world and lifelong social and academic skills.
Through Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), using proceeds from the Colorado Lottery, teachers can receive environmental education training from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. To get started, visit our Teacher Workshops page for more on the different trainings and a schedule of upcoming events, or contact the Statewide Education Coordinator, Heather Hubbard.