Appalachian Headwaters

Classroom Support

Appalachian Headwaters is working to partner with schools and other community programs to build hands-on and relevant content that helps meet learning goals and state standards. We are working together with teachers and schools to meet science, language arts, math, and social studies standards through our environmental education programming.

We conduct trainings for teachers and other education providers, develop lesson plans, offer field trips, and provide direct programming in schools.

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Direct Programming

Our staff love working directly with students, either in the classroom or outside at one of our education centers.

If you would like to have Headwaters’ education staff work with your school, please fill out our form here:

Teacher Trainings

Headwaters staff hold a variety of teacher trainings throughout the year. Past trainings have focused on curriculum such as Project WET or Project Learning Tree. We expect to expand our offerings over the coming years. If you’d like to stay updated about future trainings, please contact Kevin Johnson at


Headwaters staff are cultivating a library of free environmental education resources. Environmental education resources are often prohibitively expensive and not well suited to students in our region. We maintain this library, adding to it regularly both from our own work and other partners in the region. Check it our here, or if you’d like to contribute, please contact Kevin Johnson at