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S.K. Worm Photo  

S.K. Worm education resources

It's a dirty job but someone has to do it -- S.K. Worm, the official annelid, or worm, of the Natural Resources Conservation Service helps students explore and learn about soil.

Fun S.K. Worm interactive features and activities 

 

  Hometown Publication  

Your Hometown Clean Water Tour (resource packet)

Colorful drawings and cartoon characters make this a hit as you learn about the importance of keeping our hometown water clean and clear. This features characters like Major Mulcher and Not-Till Bill and includes a 10 question water quiz.

 

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  For the Good of the People  

For the Good of the People

This is a 32-page booklet aimed at a fifth grade audience and is full of fun facts about farmers and ranchers. It explains where food comes from, how it is produced and the benefits of conservation. (2007)

 

Download the For the Good of the People booklet

  Water Cycle  

The water cycle: nature’s recycling system

The NRCS water cycle poster is back by popular demand.

The newly-designed poster shows the elements of the water cycle through a diverse landscape. The back of the poster includes a variety of information and activities that teachers can use to get students of all ages engaged in water conservation.

 

Watch animated water cycle on YouTube

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  Educational Resources  

Education resources

NRCS provides educational resources to teachers, students and parents. These  learning tools feature valuable information and agriculture/conservation resources.

 

Educational links and valuable resources 

  WhoBuddies  

WhoBuddies Adventures

The Whobuddies are six unique owl cartoon characters who really care about the environment. In "The Mystery of the Sick Stream" and "The Great Soil Discovery," you can read about their adventures with Connor and his classmates as they work with the Whobuddies to help protect the natural resources in their school's watershed.

 

Check out the WhoBuddies resources