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1.7 Press Room
We envision a world where every student learns about the science of nature, is inspired by its beauty, and is motivated to take action to protect the natural world.
Welcome to the NatureBridge press room. We have thousands of inspiring stories to tell about our students, our programs, and the importance of environmental literacy. We encourage the media to contact us at any time with inquiries or special requests.
Thurston Talk | Port Blakely Companies Support Environmental Education with Hands-On Science for High Schoolers
Port Blakely Companies Supports NatureBridge Programming in Olympic National Park.
2014 NatureBridge Alcoa Scholar finishes program and changes how she sees her role in this world.
NatureBridge and Alcoa Foundation proudly announce the 2014 NatureBridge Alcoa Scholars program.
Wells Fargo announces NatureBridge as a recipient of their Environmental Solutions for Communities grant.
Students explore the Elwha River and look at the removal of the largest hydro electric dam in US history.
A team from Virgin America visits Rodeo Beach to pick up microtrash and remove non–native, invasive ice plant.
Guest Services, Inc. partners up with NatureBridge to prepare healthy, delicious meals for middle school students at Prince William Forest Park.
Eighth-graders hike, ski, skate during weeklong experience
Outside’s “Best Places to Work” project celebrates the innovative companies setting a new standard for a healthy work-life balance.
For the second year, NatureBridge has received a $5,000 grant from Western National Parks Association.
Susan Smartt, president and CEO of NatureBridge, issued the following statement regarding President Obama’s nomination of Sally Jewell to serve as Secretary of the Interior.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently awarded a $682,742 environmental literacy grant to NatureBridge.
NatureBridge responds to report of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome found in Yosemite National Park visitors -- UPDATED Aug 27, 2012
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has reported cases of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in patients that might have been exposed to the virus during a recent visit to Curry Village in Yosemite National Park.
San Francisco-based nonprofit that connects young people to the wonder and science of nature ranks in top 100 select companies for third year in a row
On Thursday, June 14, 2012, a study outlining specific rock fall hazard zones within Yosemite Valley was released by Yosemite National Park and the U.S. Geologic Survey (USGS).
On May 17, 2012, NatureBridge hosted more than 550 guests during its sold out 40th Anniversary Gala—An Evening of Natural Wonder.
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