Resources for Educators

Image of Painted Bunting courtesy John Flores

“Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds, do not overload them. Put there just a spark.”
― Anatole France

  • Atchafalaya National Heritage Area Curriculum

    Logo of Atchafalaya Basin with heron against bayou view

    This interdisciplinary curriculum explores the natural resources, habitat, and environment of the Atchafalaya Basin and highlights the significance of Louisiana’s wetlands. The curriculum contains three manuals with cross-curricular activities for elementary, middle and high school grades.

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  • Junior Duck Stamp Program

    Image of tundra swans flying against background of clouds

    The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program uses art and science to teach K-12th grade students about the value of wetlands and waterfowl. Through a multidisciplinary education curriculum and a national art contest, students explore topics covering waterfowl, wetland habitat, and ways to conserve both.

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