What does CO-SEED look like in action?

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As part of the CO-SEED program each school has completed exciting and dynamic curriculum based activities while using their local environments and communities as tools for learning. These projects provide a glimpse of how teachers are turning their classrooms into extensions of their communities.

List of Projects by Type:


Mystic River Trading Cards


The Cross Rivendell Trail

T.R.O.L.L. Map


Welcome to Gorham

Our Fellsmere Park Book


Ecosystems Unit

Great Brook School Wetlands Curriculum


Trail Building at Rivendell

Broad Brook
Integrating Art and Science

Algiers: Gateway to Guilford

Student Writing

Recycling Poetry

Into the Wild- A Cool Breeze

Into the Wild-Shelburne Birches

Field/Community Guides

The Cross Rivendell Trail

Fellsmere Pond and Park guide

A Stroll Through Antrim

Lesson Plans Created by Students

T.R.O.L.L. Challenge