Pulaski Conservation District places a high priority on fostering conservation education, particularly efforts aimed at enhancing knowledge of and concern for environmental and conservation issues among Pulaski County's youth. The District has sponsored many youth education activities, some of which are annual events, with the goal of inspiring the next generation of conservation leaders. Below is information on the District's education activities, educational materials available to teachers and parents, and a list of online resources for youth environmental education. If you have questions, need materials or would like to schedule a school visit, please contact district manager, Katrina King.
School & Classroom Outreach
Pulaski Conservation District and NRCS personnel are available to give presentations or host booths on a wide range of conservation topics. Subjects include (but are not limited to) soil and water conservation, water quality, soil health, the water cycle, pollinators, watersheds, backyard (suburban) conservation, and farming. We have appropriate activities and materials for all ages, including an Enviroscape table-top watershed model appropriate for students of all ages. Please contact us at our office for more information or to schedule a school visit.
Pulaski Conservation District has a number of educational resources available at our office free to teachers, schools, civic groups, and the public. We have a wide range of materials covering different topics and ages, from posters to activity books and beyond. Below is a small sample of the some of the resources available.