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Photo: UTD Service Learning Fall 2021
Service Learning is an educational approach that combines learning objectives with community service in order to meet societal needs and enhance professional experience. Our Service Learning program is designed for High School and College students, allowing individuals to positively impact environmental issues while obtaining knowledge and experience in the conservation field. Our program serves as a natural complement the teacher’s curriculum. By participating in our Service Learning program, students have an opportunity to restore a portion of our native landscape. Students will play a vital role in prairie restoration though invasive species removal, plant propagation, and native grass and forb plantings. At the same time, students will further their knowledge of ecology and ecosystem functions.
Click here to learn more about our program with University of Texas at Dallas this past semester!
To learn more about what we offer and to schedule your Service Learning opportunity, contact Jake Poinsett at Jake.Poinsett@audubon.org or 214.309.5850.
Give back, use your skills, and learn more about the wild side of Dallas by volunteering with us.
Conservation and outdoor education along the Great Trinity Forest and the Trinity River.