Project Learning Tree
Small Grant Program
New Mexico State University
Four Corners School of Outdoor Education
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.
EE Book Club
Our next EE Book Club meeting will be held on January 13 at 6:30pm at NYPD Pizza in the back room, 215 Central Ave. NW, in downtown Albuquerque. We are reading The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer. Please RSVP by clicking here.
EE Lunch Jan. 27 at BioPark
Join environmental educators for lunch and enjoy a program by Ralph Charlton, Curator of Entomology for the ABQ BioPark. He will lead us in making our own Bee Hotels to take with us!
Come to the Shark Reef Cafe at the Aquarium from 11:30 - 1:00. Register below (note scroll bar on right side of form and make sure to hit Submit below):
EcoEd listserve now uses Google Groups. Click here to request your email to be added to the group.
Project Learning Tree
See our PLT page to learn about current PLT activities.
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
Welcome New and Renewing Members
Amy Greene (renewing)
Daniel Shaw (renewing)
Amy Landers (renewing)
Tanja George (renewing)
The Southwest Environmental Center
Ngage New Mexico
STEM Education Consultants
Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District
Environmental Literacy Plan
Join us on March 10, 2015 for the Environmental Literacy Summit in Albuquerque. Judy Braus, the Executive Director of the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), will be our special guest and brief us on the state of the field. Judy is a dynamic speaker and is doing a phenomenal job of advancing environmental literacy efforts on a national and tri-national scale. Details and registration will be available soon!
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 Town of Atrisco Grant 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.
Phone: (505) 715-7021
P.O. Box 36958
Albuquerque, NM 87176-6958
EEANM publishes the EE Connections newsletter available online and by email.
Current newsletter: Spring 2012
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