This open educational resource from Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency (Wayne RESA) in Michigan was developed by a teacher during a professional development workshop. The goal of the lesson is for students to design a solution to a local environmental problem or issue and to share their solution with their peers. Using the 5E lesson plan template, the class first brainstorms a list of world, national, and local environmental issues or problems. From the class-generated list, each team of 3-4 students selects one local problem or issue to research. Students work both collaboratively and individually to conduct research on their selected topics and then work in teams to design possible solutions within certain given constraints such as cost, location, impact on society, and availability of materials. Design solutions are peer-evaluated prior to developing an actual model. Each team creates either a physical (2D or 3D) or conceptual model to represent their design solution. At the end of the lesson, suggestions are offered for extending and applying the design solutions. Although the context of the lesson is Michigan, the same lesson may be used in any other geographic location. In general, the lesson provides many options for each section of the lesson and does not provide definitive step-by-step instructions. However, the lesson does provide a clear framework for how to incorporate three-dimensional learning in designing a solution to a local environmental problem or issue.