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Classroom presentation available from jen.dennison@dnr. state.oh.us“Wildlife in Ohio History” Timeline
Students search for others who have been “infected” with the same waterborne illness as they have.“Life and Death Situation”Healthy Water, Healthy People
Students analyze the social, political, and economic influences that led to enactment of the Endangered Species Act
Students explore the role of the President in creating and implementing environmental policy to protect wildlife, comparing President Theodore Roosevelt to the current administration
Students analyze the history of the Supreme Court snail darter case to explore the role of the judiciary.
Students investigate the origins, history, current policies, membership data, and sources of support for several environmental organizations.
Students investigate local laws and zoning regulations that may apply to their service project in the community.
Jen DennisonWildlife Education CoordinatorODNR Division of Wildlife2045 Morse Rd.Columbus, OH 43229 1-800-WILDLIFE614email@example.com