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Project Dragonfly's programs include Earth Expeditions' global graduate courses for educators and other professionals, the Global Field Program (GFP) and Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) master's degrees, and iSaveSpecies, which engages zoo visitors throughout the country in science and conservation action. Have an idea for our Facebook page? Submit your idea to http://projectdragonfly.org/share!
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Project Dragonfly3 days ago
Welcome fall! Today, "we enter our second and final equinox of 2021. If you reside in the Northern Hemisphere, you know it as the fall equinox (or autumnal equinox). For people south of the equator, this equinox actually signals the coming of spring."

Learn more: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/fall-equinox-2021-first-day-of-fall-trnd-scn/index.html
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Project Dragonfly5 days ago
Our EE Belize partners at the Community Baboon Sanctuary have partnered with Conservation Wild, a non-governmental organization recently founded by several GFP alums, to improve CBS's online presence to support ecotourism in Belize. If you're a past & present EE Belize student, please consider leaving a review on Facebook and Google and sharing your Belize pics/videos (remember to tag CBS when posting). Thanks for taking a moment to support ecotourism in Belize!

Tags: Community Baboon Sanctuary "A Black Howler Monkey Sanctuary" + http://instagram.com/cbsbelize/ (@cbsbelize)
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Project Dragonfly7 days ago
Congrats to GFP student Stephanie Costagliola for publishing "Are You Using Shark Cosmetics?" on SevenSeasMedia.org! In the article, Stephanie encourages effective plant-based alternatives to taking sharks from their environment!
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Project Dragonfly1 week ago
From our AIP partners in St. Louis, Missouri Botanical Garden ... Happy National Pawpaw Day!
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Project Dragonfly1 week ago
So proud of Lisa Yeager, AIP student from Seattle, Wash., and member of NAAEE's newest class of Civics and Environmental Education (CEE)-Change Fellows! Lisa is among 30 educators and community leaders who will be creating and executing a community action project that seeks to advance a more equitable and sustainable future! Learn more about Lisa's project, which focuses on broadening climate change conversations, at
https://naaee.org/about-us/people/lisa-yeager! And check out all of the fellowship projects below!
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Project Dragonfly2 weeks ago
Every little bit counts, especially this week! Follow the link below to learn how you can help our EE:Baja partner, Vermilion Sea Institute with their Little by Little Campaign through Global Giving. Every donation of up to $50 gets matched at 50%, and all funds raised will be used exclusively for Aventureros, their youth conservation education program that is cultivating a generation of Baja conservation leaders. https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/aventureros/