Eco-Schools USA Pathways
The sample Schoolyard Habitats Audit was developed as a tool for students to investigate school grounds use and to be used as a basis for improving the habitat at school. Many of the questions will require the assistance of school staff, including facility managers. Please feel free to add or edit questions so that it makes sense for your school and local community.
A full Schoolyard Habitat How-To Guide is available.
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