Engaging youth in invasive species awareness is an excellent way to empower the next generation of conservationists. Below are some invasive species educational resources and activities that the whole family can have fun with while exploring nature, or that educators can incorporate into the classroom!

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K-12 Curriculum and Resources

Access invasive species k-12 educator resources, games, and family-friendly activities!

Invasive Species Activity-Book

Easy and fun lessons and activities that explore invasive species concepts.

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