Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP)

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Developing the capacity needed to sustain the Earth’s diversity. 

A program of the Museum's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, NCEP improves the practice of biodiversity conservation by improving conservation training, teaching, and learning. 

  • We create open-access resources for teaching and learning—called “modules”—on a range of topics in conservation.
  • We also lead training and research to advance the field of conservation education.
  • Finally, we support efforts to build capacity for conservation in the long-term, at the local, regional, and global level.

NCEP Modules

Explore our collection of free and adaptable resources for teaching and learning diverse topics and skills in conservation.

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NCEP Research & Capacity Development

Read about our research and capacity development programs aimed at improving conservation education and practice. 

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Advancing Conservation Education

Learn more about our efforts to improve conservation education and training.

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