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Eagle Eye strives to diversify the conservation movement by raising awareness of stewardship, advocacy and career opportunities in the environment. We offer free learning explorations in nature and connect underserved urban youth to mentors in the fields of natural resources and science. Offering youth an array of learning opportunities, including one and multi-day nature immersions, camping trips, stewardship projects and afterschool, place-based explorations deepens knowledge and connections to nature. Eagle Eye believes that outdoor, hands-on science learning is vital for improving health, closing the achievement gap, and raising awareness of green career options amongst low-income communities of color.

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Eagle Eye strives to diversify the conservation movement by raising awareness of stewardship, advocacy and career opportunities in the environment. We offer free learning explorations in nature and connect underserved urban youth to mentors in the fields of natural resources and science. Offering youth an array of learning opportunities, including one and multi-day nature immersions, camping trips, stewardship projects and afterschool, place-based explorations deepens knowledge and connections to nature. Eagle Eye believes that outdoor, hands-on science learning is vital for improving health, closing the achievement gap, and raising awareness of green career options amongst low-income communities of color.

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Eagle Eye strives to diversify the conservation movement by raising awareness of stewardship, advocacy and career opportunities in the environment. We offer free learning explorations in nature and connect underserved urban youth to mentors in the fields of natural resources and science. Offering youth an array of learning opportunities, including one and multi-day nature immersions, camping trips, stewardship projects and afterschool, place-based explorations deepens knowledge and connections to nature. Eagle Eye believes that outdoor, hands-on science learning is vital for improving health, closing the achievement gap, and raising awareness of green career options amongst low-income communities of color.

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