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Educational Services


Our Earth and Animal Education Committee accepts invitations to make presentations on environmental protection and animal rights topics from schools, colleges, libraries, houses of worship, clubs, etc. in Onondaga County and nearby counties. Most of our visits have been to middle schools, high schools and colleges. We have videos and handouts and encourage the students to challenge us with their questions and viewpoints. We also provide lists of materials (some free) which teachers can use to teach about animal rights and the environment. And we provide samples of many of the items listed. Libraries can also benefit from our resource lists and free materials. We have a lending library of DVDs. Finally, when our finances allow, we "adopt" teachers by paying for them to receive KIND News from the Humane Society of the U.S. Students and teachers have told us how much they enjoy this fun, educational newsletter for grades K-2, 3-4 and 5-6. Two of the students who benefit from KIND News produced by National Association for Humane and Environmental Education and paid for by PAR.

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