Hands on the Land (HOL) is a network of field classrooms stretching across America from Alaska to Florida. HOL is sponsored by Partners in Resource Education, a collaboration of five Federal agencies, a non-profit foundation, schools, and other private sector partners. Public lands comprise approximately one-third of the acreage of the US, and they are rich in historical, archeological, and environmental learning opportunities. Through the HOL network of field classrooms, Federal agencies are providing a diverse array of hands-on learning opportunities for teachers and students. And, in addition to the field activities at each site, teachers and students are learning from each other through the HOL web site. This web site allows teachers and students to share information and learn about their local ecosystems, creative teaching strategies, and much more.
For Hands on the Land, there are two resource pages that will be most relevant to this audience:
Browse environmental monitoring projects on a range of topics, from ozone biomonitoring to salamander monitoring and snowpack monitoring. Each monitoring project includes instructor resources, datasets, and more.
Browse educational resources contributed by Hands on the Land members, tagged with grade level and subject.