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The Environmental Education Association of New Mexico (EEANM) is a nonprofit organization which provides, promotes, and enhances quality environmental education by offering New Mexicans opportunities for professional development, communication, and partnership. Read more about our mission.

EEANM does not discriminate because of race, ethnicity, national origin, creed, gender, religious beliefs, color, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or association membership.




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Ecoed Listserv

EcoEd listserve now uses Google Groups. Click here to request your email to be added to the group.

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Noel Chilton has won the New Mexico Project Learning Tree Outstanding Educator of the Year Award for 2013! Click here for more information.

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Click here to find out more about Project WET curricula and trainings.

Check our calendar page on the left menu to see what's coming up


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

Draft Environmental Literacy Plan

EECapacity Consortium

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.

Region 6 Small Grants Program

EEANM has received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6, for administration of a small grants program. Our region includes NM, TX, OK, LA, and AR. The five state EE associations and AIP Foundation are partners for the administration of 19 small grants. Click here for more information.

Santa Fe Watershed Association responds to ToysRUS add that mocks outdoor education

Please see the objectionable add by ToysRUs:

SFWA's awesome video:




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