Do you know someone who should join EEANM? EE is better with friends and colleagues!
Please invite them to join you as a member and send them over to eeanm.org/join.
Thanks to the generosity of an EEANM supporter, in celebration of Earth Day and EE Week, every new membership to EEANM in the month of April will be matched dollar for dollar (up to 10 new memberships).
We greatly value our members and appreciate your support.
Over the last couple of months, EEANM has been moving into our first official office space!
As our office space at the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge continues to be developed, we have been offered a fantastic space at the Albert I Pierce Foundation Office Continue Reading →
EEANM Book Club visited the Desert Oasis Teaching Garden at Albuquerque Academy on February 11.
Although it was winter, there was plenty to see and we learned about many of the techniques employed at the Desert Oasis Teaching Garden including permaculture (sustainable design principles in agriculture), vermiculture (using worms for composting), and growing methods for edible plants and plants that restore landscapes. Continue Reading →
As we brace for the spring winds and teeter between warm days that draw us out to the garden and chilly days with snow dustings, we at EEANM are gearing up for a season full of opportunities designed to inspire.
Please mark your calendars for New Mexico’s Statewide Environmental Literacy Summit on November 9 and 10, 2017. Continue Reading →
Is environmental education for the birds? Ask this year’s Becker Award honorees and you’ll hear a confident yes! It’s for the birds and the water, soil, forests, people…
The Dr. Richard W. Becker Award honors outstanding educators in New Mexico who are influencing students through environmental education and service learning. Our 2016 honorees are Steve Glass, CNM biology instructor and retired public works program manager, and Siobhan Niklasson, Education Programs Director at Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC). Continue Reading →
On Friday, November 11, 2016 during the Environmental Literacy Summit, over 50 participants from around the Land of Enchantment answered the question “Why is environmental education necessary?” Here are their responses:
EEANM hosted a live Q&A on Facebook October 17-21. Our advisors, candidates, and newly certified educators shared their thoughts about EE Certification. We’ve pulled the questions and their answers together in this blog post. If you’re considering an application or just want to learn more, we invite you to read their discussion. Continue Reading →
EEANM is very pleased to announce that Kathryn Venzor, Education Curator at the Albuquerque BioPark, is the winner of the 2016 Outstanding Service to EE!
Kathryn has served on EEANM’s Board of Directors since 2013 and stepped into the role of Board President in 2014. She has contributed a great deal to EE in New Mexico and there is no one more deserving of this honor. Continue Reading →
Making Environmental Education Relevant and Necessary in Today’s Education
Taking a look back over the history of Environmental Education (EE), join us on
Friday, November 11, 2016 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
for the Environmental Education Association of New Mexico’s annual meeting along with an opportunity to explore the following:
– Status of the Environmental Literacy Plan
– Environmental Education Certification
– Cultivating Diversity within Our Community
– Opportunities for Collaboration and Collective Impact
– How do we measure our impact?
Whether you are a classroom teacher, non-formal educator, or a community member interested in environmental education, please share your voice as we explore ways for the Environmental Education Association of New Mexico to better support you and our EE community! Continue Reading →