Partners & Supporters

About Us

We envision a society transformed by the positive impact of a new generation that understands, celebrates, and protects the natural world.

Partners

NatureBridge works closely with partners committed to connecting youth to nature and advancing environmental literacy. Our current partners include government agencies, nonprofit organizations, corporations, academic institutions, and associations. These organizations and  groups provide resources, support, and collaboration that are critical to meeting our mission.

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. Funded by the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. and Pisces Foundations through NatureBridge, the collaborative’s mission is to ensure that every generation has environmental know-how and is inspired to make the world a better place. 

Learn more at changescale.org

Environmental Education Research Bulletin

The Environmental Education Research Bulletin synthesizes and summarizes recently reported research from journals focused on issues pertaining to environmental educators. Included in this bulletin are articles about behavior, evaluation, teaching methods, sense of place, and professional development.

Issue 9. January-June 2015

Issue 8. July-December 2014

Issue 7. January-June 2014

Issue 6. July-December 2013

Issue 5. January-June 2013

Issue 4. Winter 2013

Issue 3. Summer 2012

Issue 2. Winter 2012

Issue 1. Summer 2011

Government agencies

Government agencies are essential partners to NatureBridge, providing resources to implement our programs and helping us lend our voice to local and national policy discussions.


National Park Service

National Forest Service

National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration

National Science Foundation

State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Corporations

NatureBridge’s corporate partners offer a wide range of support for our work. In addition to direct financial support, they provide in-kind resources and volunteers who help promote our work and make our programs successful.

 

 

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

Virgin America

 

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

California Institute for Biodiversity

E3 Washington


Fiero Marine
Life Center
Great Smoky
Mountains Institute

IslandWood

The Marine Mammal Center

 

National Geographic

National Park Foundation

National Parks Conservation Association

National Wildlife Federation


North Cascades
Institute

One Percent for the Planet

Pacific Education Institute

Western National 
Parks Association


Will Steger Foundation

Yosemite Conservancy

Washington's National Park Fund

 

 

Academic institutions

Academic institutions nationwide partner with NatureBridge by contributing to our curricula (including environmental science education and teacher professional development), collaborating on environmental education research projects, and providing us with interns.

 


Duke University

Fresno State University

Peninsula College

Princeton University

San Francisco
State University

Stanford University

Western Carolina University

Associations and 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

National Military
Family Association

North American Association for Environmental Education

Outdoors Alliance for Kids

No Child Left Inside

USA National Phenology Network

 

A Proud Partner of the National Park Service