Training/Online Courses (Registration Required)
CNC Training Institute - Community Nature Connection Training Institute has brought training online! Check out our family-friendly programming for professional development opportunities, and opportunities to connect with nature and each other.
“Free Fridays” Online Workshops hosted by General Assembly until June. From coding, to data and marketing, to UX design and career development, explore the tech skills that will keep you in demand and in the know.
The Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University is offering two free courses covering Network Climate Action: Scaling Up Your Impact and Plant-rich Diet: Persuading Family and Friends.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are free online courses that cover a wide range of topic areas like environmental science, agriculture, sustainability, public health, biology and many many more!
Webinars (Registration Required)
Free science & nature webinars from the Montana Natural History Center every Tuesday via NatureWebs on Youtube
World Parks Week goes until May 3rd highlighting a range of webinars
Nature’s Role in Supporting Resilience in Times of Adversity - A free webinar featuring Dr. Cathy Jordan, C&NN's consulting research director, and Dr. Megan Gunnar, director of the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota will discuss how to respond to COVID-19. See you Tuesday, May 5th at 11am
Los Angeles Audubon Society and Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County presents The Evolution of Feather Color in Tanagers! Join Assistant Curator of Ornithology, Dr. Allison Shultz as she talks about the evolution of feather color in the largest family of birds on Wednesday May 13 at 7:15pm.
Videos (No Registration Required)
Community Nature Connection’s own weekly videos for Pre-K students to learn about Los Angeles’ creatures and critters. More episodes are being released every week, in both English and Spanish. Access via our Facebook.
A 5 step process for composting food waste at home! How to Start Composting at Home
This weekly resource brings together activities from across Audubon’s national network of environmental educators, including the classroom curriculum Audubon Adventures, plus related DIY activities and content from Audubon’s editors. Audubon for Kids
Preserve nature with pressed flower art! Join Sonia in this 2-minute how-to video to learn more!
For those of us missing the trails, here’s a link to learn about new trails! Check out these Six Ideas for Exploring and Celebrating Trails at Home!
Take care! #SAFERATHOME