Becky Kerr was the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Service to Environmental Education Award, presented at our conference in November. Continue Reading →
Working with Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) in 2013, we hosted conversations, trainings and workshops promoting local food and community gardens. Continue Reading →
EEANM presented the 2013 Dr. Richard W. Becker Award for Excellence in Environmental Education to Colleen Langan-McRoberts, Open Space Coordinator for Bernalillo County. Continue Reading →
During 2013, twenty-one grantees from EPA Region 6 worked on projects funded by the Small Grants Program administered by EEANM. The six grantees from New Mexico have been busy increasing EE opportunities: Continue Reading →
Update: This position has been filled. For notifications of future job openings at EEANM and other EE organizations, be sure to join the Eco Ed Listserv.
We need help!
Thanks to a generous grant from the Albert I Pierce Foundation, we are able to contract with someone as our Program Assistant to help move our projects forward. This position will be a part-time, contract position, 10 – 15 hours per week, with compensation depending on experience. The Program Assistant will work with the Executive Director to develop the scope of work and timeline for activities as appropriate. Continue Reading →
Thanks to continued support from Lockheed Martin, we are co-hosting the 17th Annual Youth Conference on the Environment on April 8, 2014.
The free, one-day event offers high school science students opportunities to learn about environmental issues in NM. It is currently booked to capacity, but email Katrina Wagner from Sandia National Labs to join the waiting list or be notified next year.
This article was originally published in EE Connections for Spring 2014 [PDF].