Earth Science Week 2023 Toolkit Available Now

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Order your 2023 Earth Science Week Toolkit today. The toolkit contains everything you need to prepare for Earth Science Week (October 8-14, 2023), which celebrates the theme "Geoscience Innovating for Earth and People." This year's toolkit includes:

  • 12-month school-year activity calendar, suitable for hanging
  • The 2023 Earth Science Week poster, including instructional ideas
  • Explore the Globe game poster using satellite images (NASA)
  • Updated Water Cycle Diagram (USGS)
  • Soil resources (Soil Science Society of America)
  • Geologic Map Day poster on the use of lidar in geoscience
  • Climate literacy and climate resiliency booklets (NOAA)
  • Jobs of Tomorrow (Mineral Education Coalition)
  • Discovering Caves (National Speleological Society)
  • Geoscience in the news (American Geophysical Union)
  • Information on meteorology and geoscience (American Meteorological Society)
  • Earthquakes and plate tectonics infosheet (EarthScope Consortium)
  • Geologic timescale and more (American Institute of Profession Geologists)
  • Innovations in geoscience (Association for Women Geoscientists)
  • Fossils of federal lands (U.S. Forest Service)
  • Information on education resources and more from (Nutrients for Life Foundation)
  • Earth science material for educators from NESTA and NAGT
  • Dinosaur information page (U.S. Bureau of Land Management)
  • Caves and karst material (NCKRI)
  • Information and games on gems (Gemological Institute of America)
  • Activities on soil data and urban agriculture (NRCS)
  • Resources on climate and energy science (CLEAN)
  • Geoscience and agriculture material (Nourish the Future)
Order the 2023 Earth Science Week Toolkit now. The toolkit is free and available for just the cost of shipping and handling, $9.50 for the first toolkit and $2.50 for each additional toolkit in the United States. See the AGI Store for special pricing on a 3-pack of toolkits addressing topics including water science, the geoscience of sustainability, and geoscience innovation.
For special shipping, bulk orders, and more information, email AGI's John Rasanen at
About AGI
The American Geosciences Institute (AGI), a federation of scientific and professional associations representing over a quarter-million geoscientists, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to serving the geoscience community and addressing the geoscience needs of society. AGI headquarters are in Alexandria, Virginia.
John Rasanen, Earth Science Week