Below is a list along with links to the Jr. Ranger programs for each park that has their Jr. Ranger information available online. The list is in alphabetical order by the state name. At the bottom of the page are resources for educators.
Special Interest Programs:
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center has a variety of kids booklets, including the Education Resource Guide, the Pioneer Wagon Master Activity Book, the Junior Prospector and the Junior Naturalist. Plus... check the FAQs about kids on the Oregon Trail.
Holding on to the Green Zone--This 120-page student guide helps young people learn about riparian areas found along the edges of rivers, streams, and lakes. The Action Guide is designed for students and used with the Holding on the Green Zone Leader Guide.
These career cards focus on just some of the careers at the Bureau of Land Management. They are designed for high school students and recent graduates considering careers in land management or natural resources management. Each card includes a description of the profession and a summary of the responsibilities.
Infographics on Rivers and Trails--These color posters are filled with interesting facts about Wild and Scenic Rivers and why they are important. Prepared by an interagency task force on the 50th Anniversary, the posters cover the history of the act, fish and wildlife, geology and paleontology, history and culture, and water quality.
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