Project WILD is a focused conservation and environmental education program designed for students in Pre K-12.
Colorado Archery in the Schools Program (CASP) provides training and resources for teachers to start an in-school archery program at their schools.
CPW Teacher Institutes are interagency, site-based, outdoor education programs for teachers. The Teaching Environmental Science Naturally (TEN) and Outdoor Understanding for Teachers (OUT) programs utilize curriculum-based guides from Project WILD and other local resources.
River Watch is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program. Learn about the program at the River Watch Web site or by contacting
Michaela Taylor at (303) 291-7322.
Wild Classroom - Wild Classroom allows students to explore Colorado's wild side through video content and related curriculum-based activities.
Wildlife Curriculum Resources – Downloadable curriculum units for Colorado teachers.
Colorado Environmental Education Plan – A plan that outlines strategies to support education of an environmentally literate citizenry.
Critter Crates - Educational wildlife and conservation materials for loan.
Ecosystem & Wildlife Handouts & Posters - Handout and poster information on Colorado's wildlife.
Fish Hatchery Field Trips – Tour a local fish hatchery with your students.
To sign up for a free, interactive virtual program for your K-12 classroom, complete the Google Form. We currently are offering standards aligned programs on adaptations, ecosystems and mapping, with more topics to be added soon!
Please join us in our first ever Day of Giving by making a donation today. Your contribution can go a long way to help protect our wildlife and natural spaces, support our state parks and outdoor recreational opportunities, and introduce people to the wonders of Colorado's great outdoors.
Thanks for your continued support!