Teachers here you will find curriculum tools related to the natural environment including: wetlands, endangered species, water quality, regulations, and more.It is our hope that through this section of the website you, the teacher, will be able to empower your students with the respect and knowledge of the natural environments around them. Both understanding and respect are necessary to build a better world.You are your students’ inspiration. Inspire change, inspire hope, inspire them any way you can.
Wildlife Heritage Foundation is here to support you any way we can.

our education director

Veronica Griffiths is our new Education Coordinator at Wildlife Heritage Foundation. She is a graduate of UC Davis with a BS in Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Biology. She holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential from St. Mary’s College, Moraga. Veronica’s professional experience includes over 12 years in Zoo Conservation having worked at the Sacramento Zoo and the Oakland Zoo. As a zoo educator she was involved with a variety of conservation and education programming from on-site public talks to overnights at the zoo to trekking through the Amazon Rainforest with teens. She is passionate about the beautiful outdoors and all that encompasses it. Veronica enjoys spending her spare time traveling, being in the outdoors with her family, 3 dogs and in her backyard garden.




Veronica Griffiths
Education Coordinator

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The Wildlife Heritage Foundation Education Team is also here to assist you in setting up free in-class demonstrations, presentations, field trips and more. Contact us by phone or email. We are ready to help you create Citizen Scientists in your class.

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