IERCD promotes the understanding that the quality of the environment determines the quality of life by educating the district's youth about the importance of conservation
Open to: High School Students
Each year, the IERCD holds a Speak-Off competition for local high school students. Participants prepare a 3-5 minute speech on the annual prompt and compete for cash prizes!
Receive up to:
Conservation Scholarship Award
Open to: High School Seniors & College Undergraduates
Suitable applicants will either be attending or have plans to attend a 2 or 4 year college, maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5, and will have plans to study environmental science, agriculture, conservation, ecology, or a related field
You could win:
K-12 Classroom Education
Available to: Grades K-12
IERCD educators travel to schools, environmental education centers, libraries, and other community facilities in order to present environmental education programs to students in grades ranging from Pre-Kindergarten to twelfth grade.
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North Etiwanda Preserve Field Trips
Available to: Grades 3-12
The trip includes an educator-led nature walk and pre-hike activities to learn about NEP and its native habitat, wildlife and history.
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We appreciate your interest in our conservation education programming. IERCD is working remotely beginning March 17th. During this time, all class presentations will be suspended until April 6th. Please contact email@example.com via email if you have any questions or need to schedule future programs. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Be well.