- Searching for the Gold Spot: The Wild After Wildfire--Watch the trailer--A new film from Maya Khosla
- Christine Sleeter's novel, White Bread;
- Lauret Savoy's Trace, an exploration of history, race and geography; and
- Carolyn Finney's Black Faces, White Places, which looks deeply at how the natural environment has been understood, commodified, and represented by both white and black Americans.
New in CurriculumAmy Vinlove shared her place-based mapping and curriculum development project, including a Prezi presentation and downloadable guide. She also shared her recent article in Journal of Sustainability Education: Place, Positionality and Teacher Preparation. (added 4/12/16) Jessica Levine contributed an update to the Cultural Watersheds curriculum concept - Personal Watersheds includes helpful handouts and rubric you can download and use. (added 12/10/15)
New in ArticlesRunning-Grass participated in this newly released video "Our Story: Climate Justice/Environmental Justice" by Laura Stewart and Julian Kane. Kim Moreland contributed an article on Ghost Net Art Project: Creativity, Community, Environmental Education (added 11/16/15) Maya Khosla contributed an article on A Light Goes Out (added 10/18/15)
For the third year in a row, Running-Grass will conduct a 2-day multicultural environmental education workshop at the Olympic campus of NatureBridge. This popular workshop is for teachers, outdoor and environmental educators, and will blend inside instruction with outdoor activities. Limited scholarships are available by application. More information…. https://naturebridge.org/olympic/teacher-professional-development#multiculturalscience