Hands on the Land is a network of field classrooms designed to connect students, teachers, and families to their public lands. Hands on the Land offers education programs in natural and cultural settings that have been developed collaboratively by public land management agencies, education centers, member sites and schools.
The goal of Hands on the Land is to encourage and support local partnerships between public land management agencies and schools, teachers, and students. To join the Hands on the Land network, partnerships must meet these Membership Criteria*.
|Step 1:||Learn more about the benefits of membership in Hands on the Land about how you can be part of this growing network, click on one of the following links (program providers, teachers and classrooms).|
|Step 2:||Register and then proceed to Step 3.
After you login, the Membership Application will be available in the left-hand menu.
|Step 3:||Login and apply for membership.|