Shortleaf Pine Bluestem Ecosystem Restoration - Poster
Designed and created in collaboration with Dardanelle High School EAST students
Supporting Research and Helpful Links
Bumble Bee Conservation and Management
Bumble Bee Watch http://www.bumblebeewatch.org/
Effects of Climate Change on Flowering Plants
Project Bud Burst http://www.budburst.org/
Pollinator Migration http://nyti.ms/1b59FMj
Overwintering Population http://monarchjointventure.org/news-events/news/2013-14-monarch-overwintering-population-numbers-released
Wildfire Education Program
Opportunities for Involvement in the Pine-Bluestem Restoration Project
Hands-On Field Environmental Education and Stewardship - Planting pollinator plants in national forest and school sites (pine saplings, milkweed, grasses and other native plants)
24/7 Forest Challenge - Learn 24 plants and animals that live in the Ouachita ecosystem to boost your environmental education knowledge. Plan and adopt 7 things you can do to improve habitat or sustainability in school or at home.
Climate Change Research - Record information and document using your camera for blooming native forest plants and wildflowers.
Create a Outdoor Classroom/Garden - Utilize school grounds by partnering to create native landscapes, garden vegetables and plants that support pollinators like bees, birds, butterflies and other wildlife.
EAST Classroom Technology Utilization