Region 1: EPA New England
Education in New England
Students for the Environment
EPA's website for kids (K-12)
USA Gov for Kids
Resources for Waste Education Kids' Page
Join the Planet Protectors Club
Resources for middle and high school students
Teacher Resource Center
This website will inspire your teaching about the environment! You'll find our best lesson plans and activity guides, on-line curriculum and video libraries, award programs, funding opportunities and more.
Environmental Education Grants
Information on the EPA's Education Grant Program and other sources of funding for projects that educate students, teachers, and others about the environment.
President's Environmental Youth Awards Program
Young people from around the country are invited annually to participate in the awards program which encourages individuals, school classes, summer camps, public interest groups, and youth organizations to promote environmental awareness and positive community involvement.
Earth Artists Program
Attention New England teachers of grades K-6: get your students involved in this fun environmental art, poetry, and awards program! In its 36th year, this program has recognized thousands of young people, many of whom have gone on to be artists, writers, or environmentalists.
New England Resources
Lead Safe Families
A free ESL curriculum on how to prevent lead poisoning in the home.
Other Useful Resources
A wealth of Environmental Education resources including grants, curriculum guides, training and fellowships.
to Environmental Issues
Offers basic information on numerous environmental topics, including frequently asked questions and an extensive glossary of 200 environmental terms.
The Training Exchange
Provides training to EPA, other federal agencies, state, tribal, and local staff involved in hazardous waste management and remediation.
Provides the public with direct access to a wealth of information contained in EPA's databases.
National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP)
Provides the public with access to EPA's technical and general publications.