Resources for Students
Homework/School Work Help
California Forest Foundation
Provides free interactive and downloadable materials for students interested in the role forests play in the environment and economy of California, including forest facts and games.
Having trouble with homework? This site has a special homework help site to help you with whatever topic you are working on and offers WebMATH to help you learn how to do your math problems.
Friends of the Dunes
Learn about local history, wildlife, native plants, geology and ecology for your history, science, and art projects at the dunes that border the northern portion of Humboldt Bay.
Hands on the Land
Check out Hot Topics or Environmental Monitoring links to see what kind of resources can help you with creating school projects – from math to science.
HSU Natural History Museum
This museum offers a variety of different exhibits, courses and resources to help a student learn more about Natural Resources and science.
NOAA Educational Activities
Working on a school assignment about oceans, weather, marine life or the Titanic? Check out this site for all kinds of interesting material to help you complete your project and learn more!
NOAA Marine Sanctuaries
Explore our nation's marine sanctuaries, learn about Maritime history, or create your own map of an ocean floor.
Redwood National Park
Check out Redwood National Park and why it is so unique as well as learning about history, science and culture through our National Parks.
Save the Redwoods
Learn about redwoods and different projects the Save the Redwoods League works on. This site provides grade level specific educational materials and reading lists related to redwoods.