The Sierra Club is home to this extensive collection of student and teacher resources about the life and work of John Muir. These resources will be of interest to classroom teachers as well as educators and youth workers in out-of-school environments. K-12 classroom instructors (including elementary school teachers, and upper level science, writing, and social studies teachers) may want to start by exploring the More Teacher Resources sections, which includes lesson plans and classroom activities for a variety of grade levels and subjects, all created by the Sierra Club. External resources and information may be found in the More John Muir-Related Educational Programs section, while the For Students section features a number of resources to aid youth in research projects about Muir's life and work. These resources include articles, timelines, photographs, and links to outside websites. While a few of the hyperlinks on this webpage are no longer up-to-date, the majority of these links work just fine. In addition, most of the resources (with the exception of one curricular packet) are available free of charge.