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Partners

NatureBridge works closely with partners who share a commitment to providing life-changing experiences for our younger generations, shaping future leaders and forging a connection to the natural world. Our current partners include government agencies, nonprofit organizations, corporations, academic institutions and associations who provide resources and support that are critical to our mission.

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Collaboratives

Residential Environmental Education Partnership

The Residential Environmental Education Partnership (REEP) is comprised of ten organizations who work collaboratively to explore how to most effectively incorporate Social and Emotional Learning frameworks, research and preferred practices into residential environmental education programming. Supported by funding from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, REEP officially launched in 2018. 

Canyonlands Field Institute, Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, Multnomah Education Services District Outdoor School, NorthBay Education Foundation, Sierra Nevada Journeys, Teton Science School, The Ecology School, Wolf Ridge and YMCA Camp Orkila are our current participating organizations. 

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ChangeScale

Formed in 2010, ChangeScale is a collaborative of nonprofit leaders who work to support and advance the cohesiveness, effectiveness, and prominence of the environmental education field. The collaborative’s mission is to ensure that every generation has environmental know-how and is inspired to make the world a better place. 

Partners

Government Agencies

Government agencies are essential partners to NatureBridge, providing resources and support needed to implement our programs.

National Park Service    
National Forest Service    
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Science Foundation    
State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Corporations

In addition to direct financial support, corporations provide in-kind resources and volunteers who help promote our work and make our programs successful. 

Alaska Airlines
Amgen
Delaware North Company
Gillin, Jacobson, Ellis, Larsen & Lucey Accident Attorneys
Google
Klean Kanteen
Lexicon Branding
Miller Law Group    
Morgan Lewis    
Oracle
Pasco
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Recreational Equipment, Inc.
Wells Fargo

Nonprofit Organizations

NatureBridge partners with a wide range of nonprofit organizations that work with us to elevate the field of environmental education as well as collaborate on program delivery and curriculum development.

BEETLES
California Academy of Sciences    
Fiero Marine Life Center    
IslandWood
The Marine Mammal Center
National Geographic
National Park Foundation
National Parks Conservation Association
National Wildlife Federation    
One Percent for the Planet    
Pacific Education Institute
Western National Parks Association
Yosemite Conservancy
Washington's National Park Fund

Academic Institutions

Academic institutions help us develop curriculum, provide teacher professional development opportunities and collaborate with us on environmental education research projects.

Duke University    
Fresno State University    
Peninsula College
Princeton University    
San Francisco State University    
Stanford University
Western Carolina University
UC Merced
UC Berkeley

Associations & Coalitions

NatureBridge also works with partners through a variety of associations and coalitions that link us to other organizations across the nation working to promote environmental education.

California Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (AEOE)    
Children & Nature Network
E3 Washington
Marin Science Pathway
National Military Family Association    
National Park Learning Alliance
North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE)    
No Child Left Inside    
Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK)
USA National Phenology Network