You don’t need to go on an archeological dig to find the Earth’s hidden treasures. Through the process of EarthCaching, treasure hunters of all ages can discover ancient mountains, sunken forests, and countless other gems
Tour the globe via a Travel Bug: a metal tag that allows you to follow your "hitchhiker" or travel bug. Your hitchhiker can serve as a virtual you - make a club mascot and attach it to the Travel Bug for a more personalized experience.
Remove garlic mustard, a common woodland weed, with or without the supervision of a park ranger. Pulling garlic mustard is a good volunteer activity for youth because the weed is not sharp or otherwise hazardous to handle.
Has spring really sprung? Taking part in Project BudBurst is easy, fun, and affordable. With Operation Green Thumb, using a blend of scientific investigation and Internet resources, youth get in touch with their inner gardener.
In the star lore of the Micmacs in Canada, the Big Dipper is part of the Big Bear Constellation. When Big Bear returns to the earth, hibernation season begins. Other components of the story include the three hunters chasing the bear around the sky.
More than a hundred satellites are orbiting Earth at any given time and can be seen with the naked eye. Several of them pass over you every night, wherever you are. Perhaps you’ve noticed one of these mysterious objects and wondered what it was.