The International Crane Foundation offers many different opportunities for educators. Our programs and resources, including field trips and activity packets, are closely linked to National Academic Standards and Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards. ICF's educational programs and resources will breathe life into your curriculum by introducing your students to...

  • Endangered species management and conservation
  • Biology of cranes
  • Wetland and grassland ecosystems
  • Relationships among cranes, their habitats and people
  • Cultural significance of cranes around the globe, including music and literature

Professional educators are crucial partners in achieving the goals of ICF's mission. We invite you to learn more about our multi-disciplinary programs, resources and workshops.

Programs Programs
The ICF offers a wide variety of multi-disciplinary educational programs for learners of all ages and interests. Whether you're planning a field trip, adopting a crane, or bringing ICF into your classroom, all our education programs are interactive, hands-on, and fun! Read morearrow
Resources Resources
The ICF has developed many tools to assist educators in becoming directly involved in crane conservation. We encourage you to use the following resources to help motivate excitement for learning and make conservation come alive in your classroom. Click on the resource headings to discover the opportunities. Read morearrow