In addition to K-12 educators integrating environmental education
into their lesson plans, many universities have begun offering
inter-disciplinary majors and courses to better prepare students for the
changing landscape of employment. Others are directed at continuing education for working professionals or at individuals interested in knowing how human activities impact our environment.
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Exploring NC: Venus Flytrap: This file is licensed
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Interact: Climate Connections: A Global Journey.
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Read This : The Natural Gardens of North Carolina.
From The University of North Carolina Press, image
courtesy of UNC Press.
Nature's Champion. From The University of North Carolina Press, image courtesy of
Exploring North Carolina's Natural Areas. From The University of North Carolina Press, image courtesy of
Sarah P. Duke Gardens: Japanese Tea Gathering Photo
by Jon Gardiner, Duke Photography, accessed at Gardens@Duke Blog