Environmental Science Education – IslandWood Homepage

INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDS

Our approach to Environmental Science Education at IslandWood

ABOUT US

IslandWood is an environmental education nonprofit. We offer experiential environmental science programs throughout the Seattle region for people of all ages to deepen their understanding of the world around them and the positive impact they can have.

PROGRAMS FOR KIDS

PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS

PROGRAMS FOR COMMUNITY

ALMOST TWO MILLION HOURS IN NATURE

Since our founding, IslandWood has provided children with 1.82 million hours spent learning in nature. And counting!

137,000+ STUDENTS REACHED

We have reached 137,000 students with innovative environmental education programs.

Year-long Amplify Science Working Group Begins

We kicked off our Localizing Amplify Science Working Group with particip...

Poetry Inspired by Becoming RainWise

This lovely poem was written by a 5th grader at Leschi Elementary, inspi...

Teaching Climate Justice, Climate Change and Emotionality to Graduate Students

This spring our graduate program, Education for Environment and Communit...

INFORMATION SESSION FOR PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS

August 23 @ 5:00 pm

August 23 @ 6:00 pm

Location: Online

 

Learn More →

AFTERNOON ON THE TRAILS

August 28 @ 1:00 pm

August 28 @ 5:00 pm

Location: IslandWood Bainbridge Campus

 

Learn More →

OUR COMMITMENT TO JUSTICE, EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSIVITY (JEDI)

We understand there is an inextricable connection between educational justice, environmental justice, and racial equity. This work is not ancillary, or “outside” of IslandWood’s mission. It is central to our work in environmental education, and of inspiring healthy communities and a healthy planet.

 

Read our full commitment to equity, including our priorities and our progress on those priorities, here →

COVID-19 SAFETY & LOGISTICS

 

In accordance with state and federal guidelines, IslandWood has implemented policies to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, docents, graduate students, education program participants, and campus guests.

 

Learn more here →