Education Programs

Build a wildlife habitat

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partners with school groups, community organizations, and non-traditional organizations interested in creating or restoring wildlife habitat on their property, such as native pollinator gardens. These habitats are ecologically sound, provide habitat for local native plant and wildlife species, and can act as an outdoor classroom. These habitats are often integrated into school curriculums and designed to encourage long-term stewardship. Typical projects created through this program include oak woodland, riparian riparian
Definition of riparian habitat or riparian areas.

Learn more about riparian
and coastal sage brush communities. For more information, contact Connecting People with Nature Coordinator Michael Glenn, 805-677-3309 or michael_glenn@fws.gov.

 

Invite us to your classroom or event

Our team is excited to connect virtually or in-person to provide educational presentations about threatened and endangered species, our agency's mission, and career opportunities tailored to your audience. For more information, contact Digital Communications Specialist Olivia Beitelspacher at olivia_beitelspacher@fws.gov.