Project Learning Tree
Small Grant Program
New Mexico State University
Four Corners School of Outdoor Education
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environmental education by offering New Mexicans opportunities for professional
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Project Learning Tree
Taylor Mayer, 1st grade teacher from Sierra Vista Elementary School in Rio Rancho, has won the New Mexico Project Learning Tree Outstanding Educator of the Year Award for 2014!
Click here to find out more about Project WET curricula and trainings.
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Environmental Literacy Plan
On September 20 the Environmental Literacy Summit brought together 100 people to review the first draft of the Environmental Literacy Plan (ELP) and learn about the Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education.
The draft ELP in now available for review until June 15, at which point we will incorporate feedback and revisions and issue a second draft. Please review and send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Draft Environmental Literacy Plan
Albert I Pierce Foundation Support
Thank you to the Albert I Pierce Foundation for its generous support of EEANM's programs. We have received the first of a three-year grant to support our professional development and environmental literacy work. This grant has enabled us to expand our programs and outreach, resulting in greater opportunities for our state's environmental educators.
EEANM and the Southwest Organizing Project are co-leads on a grant from EECapacity. We are working together to build a consortium of Albuquerque community and school garden activists for expanding our capacity, collaborations and skills. Click here for more information.
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