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EnviroEd strives to promote environmental education throughout the United States. To this end, EnviroEd allows select affiliates to use curricula developed and tested by EnviroEd in their programs. Please log in to the right to access the resources made available to you. If you would like access to our materials, please apply to become an affiliate of EnviroEd by emailing us at harvard.enviroed AT gmail DOT com, and we will return to you with further instructions.

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EnviroEd encourages the responsible use of its materials by other organizations. All materials used by EnviroEd have been developed in-house and have been tested before being implemented. Curricula and materials are developed at Harvard with the cooperation and input of Harvard professors and faculty. In addition, all materials released have been through at least one semester of teaching.

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All EnviroEd materials are copyrighted under a Creative Commons license that allows you to share, distribute, and even adapt our materials, providing you include appropriate attribution and do not use our materials for commercial purposes. Exceptions may be granted, but can only be granted in written form from EnviroEd.

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EnviroEd strives to promote environmental education throughout the United States. To this end, EnviroEd allows select affiliates to use curricula developed and tested by EnviroEd in their programs. If you would like access to our materials, such as our curricula, please apply to become an affiliate of EnviroEd by emailing us at harvard.enviroed AT gmail DOT com, and we will return to you with further instructions.

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