PAUSE: Meditation for Educators ONLINE

Where do you go when the world is moving too fast? Try meditation through Garden. In today’s “grind until the gears fall off” culture, it may feel counterproductive or pointless to take a break. Trust us, it is necessary and vital to your overall wellness. PAUSE (Positively...

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PAUSE: Meditation for Educators ONLINE

Where do you go when the world is moving too fast? Try meditation through Garden. In today’s “grind until the gears fall off” culture, it may feel counterproductive or pointless to take a break. Trust us, it is necessary and vital to your overall wellness. PAUSE (Positively...

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Making Art Out of Invasive Bush Honeysuckle

Dale Dufer talks about why he makes art out of invasive bush honeysuckle, how he uses art to strike up conversations about conservation and nature, and shares his story of cultivating creative partnerships to help raise awareness. Bush Honeysuckle – It’s EVERYWHERE! “Think About...

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NAAEE Annual Conference

NAAEE’s 50th-anniversary conference—to be held virtually—will celebrate the power of connection and the profound, restorative role of the natural world in our lives. Together, we’ll reflect on all we’ve learned about the power of environmental education to bring people of all backgrounds and...

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NAAEE Annual Research Symposium

NAAEE’s annual Research Symposium brings together new and experienced researchers from around the globe to explore the current state and future directions of environmental education research and advance the use of practices proven to be effective. The symposium fosters discussion and collaboration...

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Sustainable Food Management Summit for St Louis Metro Communities

This event seeks to join stakeholders across the food system in the St. Louis community to discuss various topics about reducing food waste and gaining best use out of excess food. Agenda Day 1 | September 14 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Welcome Tonya Bronleewe, Director, Environmental Finance Center...

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Every Missouri School Can Be A Green School!

“Green schools” are schools that advance practices throughout their campuses, curriculum, and school culture that reduce environmental impact, improve health and wellness, and provide place-based education. Schools can see stronger educational outcomes, reduced costs, and increased student and...

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Summer Institute for Climate Change Education

This July, educators from across the nation are coming together virtually to gain new skills for teaching climate change. We’d love to have you join us. CLEAN is leading a cohort of educators to the Summer Institute for Climate Change Education, hosted by Climate Generation in partnership with...

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Community Forum for Environmental and Outdoor Learning

Join NAAEE Affiliates and colleagues in environmental education to learn about opportunities to use COVID relief funds to support environmental and outdoor education. Tools and resources to support state, school district, and local advocacy will be shared. Jul 26, 2021 02:00 PM EST Registration...

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