Lessons & Resources
The Uinta County Conservation District has a number of natural resource and conservation education lessons for your classroom, homeschool group or youth group. Lessons taught by UCCD are free of charge, can be adjusted to meet individual requests.
We strive to teach hands-on, standard-based lessons in (or out) of the classroom focusing on the natural resources and agriculture issues here in Uinta County. We also have interactive lessons and resources to promote world, national and regional activities such as National Soil and Water Stewardship Week, World Water Monitoring Day, Wyoming Ag in the Classroom, Earth Day and Arbor Day.
Review the lists below and contact us to schedule a lesson. If you have a different lesson idea or request please let us know. Our lessons can be adjusted for grades PreK-12. Lessons can be modified to fit your classroom needs and time schedules.
In addition, we partner with other agencies and professionals with expertise in a wide range of natural resource and conservation areas. We can refer you to great resources if you're interested in other topics.
UCCD Prepared Lessons/Topics
Animal Tracks & Scat
EnviroScape Model of run-off and pollution
Ground Water Flow Model
Plant Identification & Collection
Plant To Product
Plants We Eat
Spooky Spiders/Wacky Webs
Water Quality Monitoring
Wyoming AG in the Classroom (Wyoming Stewardship Project lessons)
Minerals & Energy
Outdoor Recreation & Tourism
Contact us today with lesson ideas you are interested in.