Welcome to Nature Notes. Here you will find stories and updates from Environmental Volunteers programs and see natural science education in action. Stay tuned as we add more content!
While the EV annually reaches thousands of Kindergarten through 6th-grade students, we also engage college students who come to the EV as College Teaching Interns. Over the years we have... Read More
by Megan Isadore on August 07, 2018 at BayNature.org I live in South San Jose and years ago there was a family of river otters living in Coyote Creek. With the... Read More
Dear Friends, I don’t know about you, but I’ve been thinking a lot about young people and parents this summer, the state of our schools, and the realities of... Read More
During the spring and summer seasons, we see an increase of cartilaginous fish populations in the SF Bay. This week, it’s the broadnose sevengill shark. Read More
During the spring and summer seasons, we see an increase of cartilaginous fish populations in the SF Bay. This week’s creature is the leopard shark... Read More
Ismael, 4th grader at Costaño Elementary School was asked, “Why do you like art?” He replied: “Hace paz. It’s relaxing to... Read More
PALO ALTO, California — After an extensive search, Environmental Volunteers is pleased to announce that Elliott Wright has been selected to serve as the new Executive Director! Elliott... Read More