TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS
Resources and support for School Administrators, Teachers, Educators, and Staff. Guidance for creating outdoor classrooms and learning spaces, professional learning for outdoor and environmental education, and standards-aligned outdoor activities.Read more
PARENTS, GUARDIANS AND FAMILIES
Resources and support for parents/guardians, families, communities and students for at-home outdoor learning. Educational activities, tips for spending time outdoors, and connect with local community-based organizations.Read more
INFORMAL EDUCATORS AND OUTDOOR LEADERS
By engaging in hands-on learning experiences, outdoor leaders can develop a deeper understanding of local ecosystems and the importance of conservation efforts. These programs can also foster teamwork, communication, and problem-solving abilities among participants.Read more
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Are you passionate about protecting the environment and promoting sustainable living? Join us in supporting the Environmental Education of New Mexico! Your donation can help fund programs that provide hands-on learning experiences for children, promote environmental awareness and inspire a love for nature. By donating to our cause, you’ll be investing in a more sustainable future for New Mexico and beyond. Every contribution counts – no matter how big or small. Together, we can make a difference. Donate today and help us create a brighter tomorrow for generations to come!MAKE A DONATIONBecome a member
The Environmental Education of New Mexico is a non-profit organization that provides resources and support for environmental education initiatives in New Mexico. The United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service is an agency that manages public lands and promotes sustainable use of natural resources. Together, these organizations have worked to promote outdoor and environmental learning opportunities in New Mexico, including programs focused on forest ecology, wildlife conservation, and water management. These efforts aim to foster a greater appreciation for the natural world and inspire individuals to become advocates for environmental sustainability.
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These institutions are equal opportunity providers. Project made possible with cooperation of the Southwestern Region of the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.