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Botanical Art & Artists

The images and drawings make Botany interesting to a wide range of students. This site provides in-depth resources and compendium of botanical art past and present for anyone…  learn more

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Fast Plants

Fast Plants was developed as research tool at the University of Wisconsin and has been used by K-12 teachers around the world for nearly 30 years as an…  learn more

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The Secret Social Life of Plants

Plants communicate among themselves. This video shows the how and why. You'll never look at a lawnmower the same way again.  learn more

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What Tree Is That?

The Arbor Day Foundation provides this unique resource that allows you to identify a tree simply by the kinds of leaves it produces. Grab a leaf and try…  learn more

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Protecting Native Plants

The post looks at the impact of invasive plant species and illustrates the adaptation of non-native vegetation in different ecological environments.  learn more

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Lifelab at UCSC

Life Lab cultivates children's love of learning, healthy food, and nature through garden-based education. LifeLab describes how a school can turn a patch of its open space into…  learn more

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The Great Plant Escape

The Great Plant Escape, appropriate for very young children, is similar to LifeLab's content. Presented as mysteries, a half-dozen experiments, like "Is it dust, dirt, dandruff or a…  learn more

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The National Gardening Association

Garden, home of the National Garden Association, contains K-12 curricula and information on topics such as grasses, fungi and butterfly gardens.  learn more