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Monterey Bay Aquarium: Exhibits, Features and Conservation
Information and interactive online exhibits about fishes, penguins, sea otters, marine mammals and other ocean life; marine and ocean conservation information and the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch card with information on sustainable ocean fisheries

NFBW - Plan An Event
Through a dynamic advertising and public relations campaign designed to raise awareness of fishing and boating, we’ll be letting people now how enjoyable it is to spend quality time on the water. National Fishing and Boating Week will then focus this heightened awareness on local events to build support for boating, fishing, and environmental stewardship.

NFBW - Plan An Event
Next year's National Fishing and Boating Week will be June 5-13, 2004. Check out the website for materials to help you get started! And mark your calendars for June 4-12 for NFBW 2005!

NFBW - Plan An Event
The Passport to Fishing and Boating Program is an introduction to a lifetime of recreation for families with little or no previous fishing and boating experience. By participating in the program, participants have fun while learning some basic skills and needed techniques to begin fishing and boating in their communities. The Passport Program includes strong stewardship messages as part of each learning activity. A Passport Materials Kit of posters and other printed materials for the Passport Program, as well as teaching tools for each station, can be ordered at cost or may be downloaded free from the website and duplicated locally.

NFBW - Plan An Event
Tips for being an ethical boater and angler. Ethics cannot be dictated. They develop with time, experience and interaction with others. The following code is offered as a guideline to increase awareness and encourage discussion.

NFBW - Plan An Event
Order form for National Fishing and Boating Week Materials. To order any of these products for your event, please view and print the Order Form PDF. The Order Form PDF contains product descriptions, prices, and ordering information.

NFBW - Plan An Event
The national campaign creates a unique opportunity for you to get involved during National Fishing and Boating Week, June 5-13, 2004. To assure your success, we provide all the materials you need to publicize your event. You can customize any of the materials to advertise your local event:

NFBW - Plan An Event
The national campaign creates a unique opportunity for you to get involved during National Fishing and Boating Week, June 5-13, 2004. To assure your success, we offer resource materials that may assist you as you plan and promote your event:

NSTA - NSTA Reports!
NSTA Reports!, NSTA's newspaper published six times a year as a free member service, is the Association's timely source of news and information for and about science educators of all levels. It includes national news on science education and education in general; information on teaching materials; announcements of programs for teachers; and advance notice about all NSTA programs, conventions, and publications.

NYSDEC Workshops for Teachers
The Department offers four professional development workshops for teachers and youth leaders

National Safe Boating Campaign
During this week, members of the National Safe Boating Council, including the Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadrons, State Boating Law Administrators, Army Corps of Engineers, American Red Cross and other groups provide extensive media coverage, local exhibits, and special programs on safe boating.

National Wetlands Inventory Center - Links for Educators and Kids
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wetlands Inventory Center offers some links for educators and kids.

Nebraska Environmental Education Connections
A joint newsletter from Project WILD, Project Learning Tree and Project WET.

Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Video Clips
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is pleased to offer a selection of video clips for your enjoyment and education. Depending on the speed of your internet connection, it might take a while to download the videos for viewing.

Nebraska Project WILD
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. The program is designed for educators of kindergarten through twelfth grade.

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