Upcoming Events

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Community Agriculture Conference 2022

Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis 1 Brookings Dr, St. Louis, Missouri

Welcome to Seed St. Louis’ 13th Annual Community Agricultural Conference. Our conference will be both virtual and in-person this year! You can attend any of the sessions for free, the registration fee is up to […]

Raptor Basis School Programs

Virtual

Hawks, falcons, owls . . . they’re all raptors.  These birds of prey live fascinating lives and possess amazing abilities that make them unique among the world of birds.  The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) […]

Nature Unfolds (K-2nd) Teacher Training

Central Regional Office and Conservation Research Center 500 E Gans Rd, Columbia,, MO

This Discover Nature School (DNS) program, Nature Unfolds, is designed for Kindergarten through 2nd grade and includes 4 seasonal units that focus on seasonal changes, weather, lifecycles, and parent/offspring relationships. The curriculum supports Missouri Learning Standards (MLS) in science, particularly life science. The hands-on, inquiry-focused lessons provide outdoor learning opportunities […]

Free

Compost Fest

Westport Commons Farm 300 E. 39th St., Kansas City, MO

Come do something rotten for the Earth! Composting is dirty work, but it’s one of our most powerful tools for a brighter future. Diverting organic waste to compost impacts climate change by reducing greenhouse gas […]

Project Management & Implementation

Virtual

Your students have an awesome idea for an environmental civic action project, now what? Learn from other educators how to manage student projects so that your students don’t just learn about environmental issues, but also […]

Free

Spring Plant Sale

Seed St. Louis Carriage House 3815 Bell Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri

Our Spring Plant Sale is Saturday, March 26! There will be spring vegetable seedlings, seed packets, and Seed St. Louis t-shirts and stickers. Quantities are limited so plan to arrive early for the best selection! […]

Education for Community Climate Action

Virtual

Educators play an important role in building capacity for climate action.  This community meeting will introduce educator opportunities to support local community initiatives and policy planning focus on responding to midwest climate challenges.  Education within […]

Food Loss and Waste Workshop – Introduction

Virtual

Food loss and waste hurts us all. Our community, economy and the environment all suffer as over 30 percent of all food in the United States goes to waste every year. The goal of this […]

Free

32nd Project Blue River Rescue in Kansas City

Lakeside Nature Center 4701 E. Gregory, Kansas City, MO

YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER Join Missouri Stream Teams for the 32nd Project Blue River Rescue: on April 2, 2022 from 9 AM until 1 PM.  This year we are returning to serving a hot dog lunch from 11 […]

Free

National Storytelling Network’s “Earth Up”

Empower your mind. Empower your spirit. Empower your very soul. April 8-10, 2022, NSN will bring together a virtual international group of artists, scientists, teachers, students, and activists to explore the use of story in […]

2022 KC Regional Climate Action Summit

Johnson County Community College 12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS

Climate Action KC welcomes you back to take a look at the goals we have achieved together since our inaugural summit in 2019. This year’s event, focused on the theme “What Connects Us ," is presented […]

$50

Impact and Justice: A Model for the Field and Beyond

Virtual

How can museums serve as civic spaces to engage communities in critical issues concerning the environment What kinds of opportunities can organizations create for community members to come together to explore environmental concerns in historical, […]

Free

Using Op-Eds focused on Midwest Issues to Build Student Agency

Virtual

Science outreach and communication is a critical way to improve climate literacy and advocacy for evidence-based, and community-informed climate decision-making. Students might build skills through assignments and co-curricular events that feature writing op-eds, postcards, or […]

Museums and Public Climate Action

Virtual

The AAM Education Committee (EdCom) presents a roundtable with notable museum educators Claudia Tibbs from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Jeremy Hoffman from the Science Museum of Virginia, and Jennifer Krester from The Wild Center, discussing […]

Free

Looking Closely: Supporting K-7 Emergent Inquiry Outdoors

Virtual

Recently, Outdoor Educators Megan Zeni, Sarah Regan and Lauren MacLean co-created a Looking Closely Outdoor Learning Kit to support K-7 emergent inquiry outdoors. Megan and Sarah are job share partners teaching entirely outdoors in a K-7 garden […]

Free

Outdoor Learning Webinar: Teaching and Learning Outside

Virtual

This is the second in a series of 4 webinars. Introducing Outdoor Learning: a four-part webinar series, with appearances from the US Department of Education and in collaboration with a consortium of leading national organizations, […]

Free

Summer Crops and Cover Crops

Virtual

Beat the heat of summer gardening and learn techniques that will keep your tomatoes and other summer crops flourishing. We will cover how to plant and maintain healthy summer crops, what pests and disease to […]

Free

Walking Forward: Indigenous Perspectives in Learning from Place

Virtual

In this workshop Gillian Judson (imaginED) and Heidi Wood (NOIIE)  introduce a new resource for imaginative, Place-centered and Indigenous Education. Walking Forward: Learning from Place interweaves First People’s Principles of Learning (FPPL), Imaginative Ecological Education […]

Free

Container Gardening: Fruits, Vegetables, and Microgreens

Virtual

Sometimes growing food in containers is the best or only option if you want to grow food. Learn about what type of soil to use, lighting needs, and what types of fruits and vegetables do […]

Free