EDUCATION
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
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Speak-Off Competition

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:

$800

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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:

$2,000

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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.

These programs are

FREE

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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.

This program is

FREE

Want to Request a Program? Leave Your Info and We'll Get Back to You

 
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JASMINE CLARK

Education Coordinator

Email: jclark@iercd.org

Phone: (909) 283-1705

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 jclark@iercd.org via email if you have any questions or need to schedule future programs. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Be well.