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Energy and Forestry
Teaching in Nature's Classroom
Learn about climate education with this collection from Subject to Climate
Find a variety of topics on these recorded webinars
Engage with Statewide Offerings
Earth Partnership: A program in the University of Wisconsin—Madison Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture that collaborates with diverse communities to create vibrant outdoor learning spaces using a curriculum-based 10-step ecological restoration process.
FIELD Edventures: a Wisconsin non-profit organization that connects with educators to foster inquiry and engage learners through discovery.
- Join the online Educator Community
- Find or host a Project WET or Project WILD Workshop
- Request customized support to take learning outdoors
Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education: A legislated statewide center located at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point focused on PK-12 professional development in energy and forestry.
Wisconsin Master Naturalist: A program within UW-Extension—Madison that trains adult volunteers about Wisconsin's natural resources, teaches them how to educate others, and provides opportunities to participate in conservation projects.
Wisconsin School Garden Network: A non-profit organization supporting garden education and healthy eating through workshops, curriculum, and mapping gardens across the state.
Get Involved with Professional Associations
Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education (WAEE): A membership organization that supports networking, advocacy, and recognition in environmental education. Sign up to become a "Friend of EE."
North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE): A membership organization for environmental education.
Green Schools National Network: A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to whole-school and whole–district sustainability that shifts the paradigm needed to transform school culture so that students become changemakers, not just test-takers, who are prepared to live in and lead a sustainable future.
National Association of Interpretation (NAI): A membership-based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing the profession of heritage interpretation.