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Superhero Bear: Grizzly 399

In the Northwestern United States, there is a magnificent species called the grizzly bear. As prime habitat decreases for these animals that have ranges up to 600 square miles, more and more conflicts are making their survival harder. Grizzly 399 is a magnificent bear that lives in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Students will learn about the natural history, habitat, and challenges faced by grizzly bears and then use that knowledge to work through the process of creating a comic strip or graphic novel to build awareness about this endangered animal.

This FREE standards-based curriculum is sponsored by Love the Wild Foundation. Teacher and student resources and step-by-step directions make this an ideal project for face-to-face, hybrid, or remote learning.

If you already have an account, login at Google Classroom and use the join code: l2da3wb. Otherwise, use the link below to access this project's wonderful resources and guidance.

Upcycling Challenge

After learning about upcycling and plastics, create an upcycled product. Be inventive! Be creative! Be useful! Look around the house for items that are no longer needed, especially those made of plastic. Create a new product that can either be used by animals or helps people appreciate animals. Then come up with a clever name for the product. Remember, this is something that people might want to buy or make themselves.

In addition to building something new, write directions on how to make it. The directions and photo of the product might be added to a Green Kids Upcycling Project book so that others can use their old junk to build something useful and make better use of plastics.

If you already have an account, login at Google Classroom and use the join code: l2da3wb. Otherwise, use the link below to access this project's wonderful resources and guidance.


CURRENT Scholarship Recipients

Lodsikira Melelo Moses


Genivieve Matura

Belize, Island Academy

Recipients of Our

PAST Scholarships and Apprenticeships

Prillicia Gumbang


Rainforest Support Initiatives


Mariel Calderon


Marine Apprenticeship


Environmental Program Support

Borneo Rainforest Support Donations

Provides financial support to save orangutan habitats in Borneo.


Kenyan Village Sponsorship

Oltome Community Village Primary School Kenya Village Support

Love the Wild is working to enhance environmental education through support of the Oltome Community Village Primary School located on the outskirts of Amboseli National Park.  This village consists of members from the Maasai tribe Our main goal is to help educate children to become stewards of our lands. What better way than to go directly to a place that has such a huge environmental impact on the animals of Africa?  During the pandemic, this village was hit hard with a lack of tourist dollars coming through to help them with their village and schooling.  Learning was spotty, teachers were not getting paid and therefore classes were not happening on schedule, and children were not receiving an adequate education including regular meals.

The number of children involved includes classrooms from K-3rd grade and 4 teachers with approximately 100 students.  Our foundation was paying teachers' salaries, and breakfast & lunch for the children.  Environmental Classroom curriculum is being implemented per class every day of the week.  If you can help to support this initiative, we need the support of $1700 per month.  Any help you can give us is well appreciated!

Love the Wild received a Christmas Message from Kenya.

Drought in Kenya

Most recently there has been a major drought within Kenya which has been having negative impacts on the people and animals in Kenya, we have been working to provide food for the villagers' cattle and goats as well as hay for wildlife outside the perimeter of the Oltome Community Village.

Olasiti School Project


In 2023, Isaak Parimbai has been working on a project, he is teaching young children at Olasiti Community School, in Kenya, Amboseli, to plant trees. Love the Wild is proud to support Isaak in his project and can't wait to see more. The photos to pair with the image show Isaak, students, and others helping to plant the trees.

Earth Day thank you video