Field Days for 2nd Graders is a program introduced in 2012 that aims to get every 2nd grader to a natural protected area!
The Virgin Islands Network of Environmental Educators (VINE) is a network of environmental education and outreach professionals from more than 25 local agencies and community groups that are working to improve the quality of environmental and cultural education programs available to Virgin Island’s youth.
- Builds capacity for environmental and cultural education in the Virgin Islands;
- Links K-12 educators, natural & cultural resource organizations, and community leaders;
- Provides teachers with Science Inquiry-based and Experiential Learning Workshops; and
- Provides environmental and cultural education to teachers, youth, and community groups.
As part of the Leave Paradise in Its Place campaign, Jenn Travis shares information with a group of tourists about reef organisms and reef health before she takes them snorkelling at Chenay Bay.
VINE Brochure 2013
- Dee Osinski (VIWMA) leads an inquiry-based activity for teachers at Ricardo Richards Elementary School
The crew over at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge is a major player in VINE. Click on the image above for more information about their Turtle Watch Education Program.