Upcoming webinars & events

    • 17 Feb 2021
    • (EST)
    • 26 Feb 2021
    • (EST)

    How to Talk About Climate Change & Justice in New England

    Date: April 6, 8, 13, 27 4:00-6:00 PM
    Hosted by: The Northeast Climate Change Education Collaborative
    Intended Audience: Classroom and Informal educators, or other professionals
    Cost: $120 per person, scholarships available

    The Northeast Climate Change Education Collaborative is offering a pilot virtual professional learning program this spring! Please consider joining us for: "How to Talk about Climate Change and Climate Justice in New England"

    This pilot program is for small teams of 'informal' educators working together; it will run through the month of April and will include synchronous group meeting times and asynchronous work for each team to advance their goals.

    To ensure effective participation and discussion we have limited the number of participants to 20 for this first pilot program. I hope you will consider participating and learning with us!

    Thanks to College of the Atlantic; Audubon Vermont; UVM Watershed Alliance & Lake Champlain SeaGrant; Hubbard Brook Research Foundation; Mass Audubon & Shelburne Farms for collaborating, planning and implementing this new offering!

    Click here to learn more or apply. Applications must be received by February 26th to let us know you are interested and we will notify all participants of their standing in early March. Contact Kerri McAllister with questions at kmcallister@shelburnefarms.org

    • 23 Feb 2021
    • (EST)
    • 27 Feb 2021
    • (EST)
    • Online

    Taking Nature Black Virtual Conference 

    Call and Response: Elevating our Stories, Naturally!

    February 23-27, 2021
    Hosted by: Audubon Naturalist Society
    Cost: $20-$75

    Taking Nature Black is an event, an opportunity, a time to pause for the cause.  It's a regional and national environmental lovefest. And it’s a Black healing, welcoming, organizing, celebrating, networking space. Our theme is Call and Response: Elevating our Stories, Naturally! 

    This year we're elevating our stories chautauqua-style, so be on the lookout for speakers, creators, innovators, scientists, educators, musicians, artists, and entertainers telling their stories about everything from climate change to environmental justice and environmental joy in highly creative ways.

    Register Here

    • 25 Feb 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)
    • Online

    Growing A Cultural Lens in School Gardens

    Hosted By: Vermont Education & Environment Network
    Date: February 25, 2021 at 4:00-5:00pm
    Cost: Free
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in using gardens for education

    School gardens are a natural extension of the classroom and a common teaching space across schools in Vermont! Hear from educators who address a variety of cultural and curricular themes, topics, and standards while tending to and teaching in the garden with students of all ages! This month’s panelists bring expertise and lived experience in urban gardening, food justice in Vermont, and embracing cultural awareness through gardening and cooking. Come discuss how to apply your food justice lens and connect your garden to your curriculum, even if you are just starting out!

    Register Here

    • 25 Feb 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EST)
    • online

    An Ecological Civilization: The Path We're On

    Date: February 25 at 4:00 EST
    Hosted by: YES! Media
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in the content
    Cost: Free

    The path toward an ecological civilization moves us from an uncivilized society based on selfish wealth accumulation to one that is community-oriented and life-affirming. You’re invited to join us for a virtual conversation on the ways communities are already working toward that goal—and how you can be a part of it.

    Register Here

    • 27 Feb 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (EST)
    • Online

    Rhode Island Environmental Education Association Annual Summit

    Date: Saturday, February 27 9-10:30 AM
    Hosted by: RIEEA
    Intended Audience: Environmental Educators, or anyone interested in the content
    Cost: Sliding Scale

    Keynote Address by Brianna Amingwa: Planting Seeds of Change with Cultural Relevancy

    2020’s tumultuous year sparked a renewed energy around equity and inclusion, inspiring many educators to reexamine their own cultural lens and grow their efforts to engage diverse audiences.

    As in nature, even the smallest seeds can create a healthier and more diverse ecosystem. This keynote discussion will plant seeds of change to help educators adapt their practice to meet community needs, strengthen equity, and increase cultural competency skills. 

    Register here

    • 2 Mar 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
    • online

    Pursuing Racial Equity: Be the Change We Want to See

    Date: March 2 1:00-4:00PM EST
    Hosted by: Great Schools Partnership
    Intended Audience: Educators
    Cost: $125

    Regardless of the demographics of your school community, true educational equity will never be achieved in the absence of racial equity. Racial equity can’t be achieved without a commitment to embracing anti-racist policies and practices. This is an ongoing journey that requires full engagement in a series of intertwined and compulsory actions such as ongoing self-reflection, acknowledging white supremacy, recognizing the complexities of the various levels of racism, and having crucial conversations with friends, family, and colleagues.

    In this session, participants will:   

    1. Identify strategies to combat racism in their homes, schools, organizations, and communities.  

    2. Build a clearer understanding of key concepts and vocabulary such as racial equity and the four forms of racism: structuralinstitutionalinterpersonal, and internalized  

    3. Learn to talk about race constructively within their schools and communities, as well as amongst their friends, families, and colleagues 

    4. Increase their understanding of the history and legacy of race in American economic and policy development, as well as racial identity and its interaction with institutional culture.

    Register Here
    • 4 Mar 2021
    • 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Online

    Indigenous Ways of Knowing

    Date: Thursday, March 4 at 2:00PM
    Hosted by: University of Maine
    Intended Audience: anyobe interested in the content
    Cost: Free

    Dr. Bonnie Newsom is an Indigenous archaeologist interested in the pre-contact lifeways of Maine’s Native peoples. Through her research, she seeks to humanize people in the past by exploring concepts of identity, style, social boundaries, and human agency. This talk will focus on Indigenous ways of knowing as it relates to climate change.

    Register Here. 

    • 4 Mar 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EST)
    • online

    Virtual Program Sampler

    Date: Thursday, March 4 at 4:00PM
    Hosted by: New Hampshire Environmental Educators
    Intended Audience: Classroom Teachers
    Cost: Free

    Bring the outside-in! Do you want to invite outdoor professionals into your classroom virtually this Spring, but don’t know who to reach out to? In this Virtual Program Sampler, hear from organizations around New Hampshire who are offering a variety of virtual programs from weather, to winter gardening, to wildlife. This is the perfect way to get an idea of what is being offered so you can bring it to your classroom or community. A few organizations joining us include Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, NH Audubon, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Squam Lakes Association, Tin Mountain Conservation Center, and Harris Center for Conservation Education.

    • 4 Mar 2021
    • 6:00 PM (EST)
    • online

    Teaching Climate Consequences with CLEAN: Motivate & Insprire, Don't Despair

    Date: March 4 at 6:00 PM
    Hosted by: Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network
    Intended Audience: Classroom Teachers
    Cost: Free

    The consequences of climate change are all around us, unfortunately. How can we teach these topics without overwhelming our students or causing anxiety? In this webinar, climate communicator Karin Kirk will share strategies for building connections between cause and effect, showcasing solutions, and using local approaches to make science relevant and inspiring. All the teaching tools highlighted in this webinar are appropriate for online teaching. Presenter: Karin Kirk, Geologist and Science Writer.

    Register Here. 

    • 9 Mar 2021
    • 6:30 PM (EST)
    • online

    The UC Berkeley Understanding Glocal Change Project and CLEAN

    Date: Tuesday, March 9 @ 6:30 PM
    Hosted by: Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)
    Intended Audience: Classroom Teachers
    Cost: Free

    The Understanding Global Change (UGC) Project at the University of California Museum of Paleontology at UC Berkeley developed a suite of online and interactive learning materials that support educators and students to explore the Earth as an interconnected, dynamic system. The UGC resources, co-designed with classroom teachers and leaders in climate education, are integrated with research-based teaching practices that utilize modeling of phenomena to make learning visible, and support the investigation of local and global actions that reduce human impacts on global environments. In this webinar, you will learn about the UGC Project tools for teaching about climate and energy using CLEAN resources. Presenter: Jessica Bean, University of California Berkeley.

    Register Here

    • 10 Mar 2021
    • (EST)

    SAVE THE DATE: MEES Conference 2021 - March 10th

    Contact MEES info@massmees.org for any questions

    • 10 Mar 2021
    • (EST)
    • 13 Mar 2021
    • (EST)
    • online

    Massachusetts Environmental Education Society Virtual Conference

    Date: March 10-13
    Hosted by: MEES
    Intended Audience: Environmental Educators or those interested in the content
    Cost: $35 and up

    This year, the 31st MEES Conference will be a four-day virtual event. During this event you will have access to over 30 workshops and several keynote speeches, the ability to connect with peers through networking events, and a chance to visit exhibit booths to speak with vendors at the virtual expo.

    Continuing in the great tradition of the MEES Conference, peer-led workshops will cover topics ranging from Best Practices in Environmental Education to Engaging Youth in Climate Change Advocacy. We know that the creative presenters drawn to MEES will provide engaging and interactive workshops.

    Register Here. 

    • 10 Mar 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

     Racism and the Implications for All of Us

    March 10, 2021 10am-noon

    In this session, participants will locate themselves in the conversation about race and racism in the U.S., reflect on our own social positionality, and critically examine our impact on those we serve. Participants will gain an understanding of the impact of racial trauma on students of color and begin to envision what racial justice looks like in our programs and learning spaces

    Location: Online

    Cost: $25/session or $100/entire series regular rate; $15/session or $60/entire series for Vermont Afterschool members

    Register HERE 

    View the whole series here

    • 11 Mar 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • online

    What Animal Is It? Virtual Wildlife Tracking Tour Through Winter Woods

    Date: March 11 1:00-2:00PM
    Hosted by: Vermont Land Trust
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in the topic
    Cost: Free

    Winter is a busy time in the woods for our animal neighbors and trying to identify all those animal tracks in the snow is hard. Join us for a virtual wildlife tracking tour through Vermont’s woods. We will learn how knowing animal behaviors, identifying habitat, and recognizing the type of gait can help identify tracks in the snow. Learn how gathering clues about the surrounding habitat and how the animal moved thorough it can help you discover who is out in the woods with you when you are out hiking, skiing, or snowshoeing. For beginners and experienced trackers.

    Register Here

    • 15 Mar 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • online

    Virtual Joint Conference of Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources & Connecticut Outdoor & Environmental Education Association

    Date: March 15 9am-3:30PM
    Hosted by: CCNR & COEEA
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in the content
    Cost:  Starts at $30

    This year’s conference theme is Creating a More Equitable and Inclusive Environmental Sector. The sentiment “many resources, one environment” reflects the conference vision that, while many of us focus our efforts on conservation of natural resources, Connecticut has but one environment, and we all benefit professionally and personally by collaborating and learning together.

    Register Here. 

    • 18 Mar 2021
    • 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    Indigenous Science is Activism

    Date: March 18 at 2:00
    Hosted by: University of Maine
    Intended Audience: 
    Cost: Free

    Sara Tenamoeata Kahanamoku is a Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) and Maʻohi (Tahitian) scientist from Haleʻiwa, Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi. Like many others in her family, she was raised in the ocean, and it is this relationship that drives her scholarship and activism. She is currently a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley (Huichin Ohlone), where her research focuses on the impacts of the climate crisis on California’s ocean ecosystems during the 19th and 20th centuries. Her applied work focuses on the pono (equitable, relational) co-production of climate-related research and policy.

    Register Here.

    • 23 Mar 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 24 Mar 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online

    Talk Climate Institute
    Presented By: Climate Generation 

    Mark your calendars, and save the date for March 23–24, 2021! We’re excited to announce next year’s Talk Climate Institute, a completely virtual two-day workshop sharing new ways to talk about climate change that inspire confidence, ignite conversations, and mobilize action. You will develop and share your own climate story through writing, reflective listening, art activities. Registration details coming soon!

    • 23 Mar 2021
    • 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • online

    Traditional Abenaki Sugaring and Stories

    Date: March 23 7:00PM
    Hosted by: Vermont Land Trust
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in the topic
    Cost: Free

    Call us biased, but we think the world's best maple syrup is made in Vermont. Using technology ranging from buckets to tubing, the top of a woodstove to a high-tech reverse osmosis machine, sugarmakers condense sap from the maple tree to "liquid gold". The Abenaki people, who lived on the land we now call Vermont for thousands of years, are an essential part of the sugaring story. They developed methods of tapping trees and using sap that they later taught to white colonists. Chief Don Stevens of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk - Abenaki Nation will share the maple syrup story and ancient Abenaki sugaring traditions. In a conversation between Chief Don and VLT forester and sugarmaker Caitlin Cusack, we'll explore the Abenaki relationship to the land and how the maple story is alive today in Abenaki-owned sugaring operations. 

    Register Here

    • 24 Mar 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    Designing An Outdoor Classroom

    Date: Wednesday, March 24 at 4pm
    Host: New Hampshire Environmental Educators
    Presenter: Marilyn Wyzga, Landscaping with Nature
    Intended Audience: 
    Cost: Free

    Your schoolyard, no matter how big or small, holds plenty of potential for authentic outdoor learning experiences. Adding a few essential features can dramatically transform the space to provide both habitat and a unique learning lab for students. Discover how to make the most of your school grounds as I walk you through designing, creating and establishing a schoolyard habitat. We’ll focus on one or two New Hampshire schools to demonstrate the process you can apply to your site.

    Register Here

    • 7 Apr 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 8 Apr 2021
    • (EDT)
    • online

    Maine Environmental Education Assocation Annual Conference

    Date: April 7-8
    Hosted by: MEEA
    Intended Audience:
    Cost: TBD

    Come together in community April 7-8 to share strategies and ideas for more effectively implementing outdoor and environmental education in schools and communities across the state. We are in a time of great change in our field and our work has never been more important for the health and wellness of all Mainers and our communities. Together we will explore and share innovations, new trends, resources and curricula ideas that will advance our work in the face of both the Covid-19 pandemic and the deep inequities in our society that the pandemic is exacerbating. The MEEA conference is our largest event of the year where folks who support environmental and/or outdoor education with Mainers of all ages can share best practices, explore new ideas, and build relationships for new collaborations.

    Register Here. 

    • 8 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    Local Solutions to Climate Crises

    Date:  April 8, 2021 2:00PM
    Hosted by: University of Maine
    Intended Audience: Anyone interested in the topic
    Cost: free

    Youth activists Ruby Mahoney and Ayano Ishimura, A Climate to Thrive on Mount Desert Island

    These two young local climate activists on Mount Desert Island will discuss their experiences working to expand solar capacity to Maine K-12 schools, and working with the non-profit A Climate to Thrive.

    Learn more about the youth presenters here

    Register Here

    • 12 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • online

    Safe, Happy, Healthy Outdoor Learning

    Date: Monday, April 12 at 4:00PM
    Host: New Hampshire Environmental Educator
    Intended Audience: Outdoor Educators
    Cost: Free

    These presenters have a wealth of experience to share about making outdoor learning safe, happy and healthy. During this break-out room presentation, you will rotate through topics of your interest and glean their advice and guidance for planning your spring and summer programs. Topics include: “How to give students parameters or helpful guidelines”; “outdoor in-person education in the time of COVID”; and “how to foster the emotional benefits from outdoor education with students.” You can stay in one room the whole time or visit each room.

    Register Here

    • 28 Apr 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

     Examining Three Levels of Inequity & Disruption: Personal, Cultural & Systemic

    April 28, 2021 10am-noon

    Goals of this workshop include deepening participants’ analysis of different levels of inequity, from personal to systemic; challenging deficit ideology and the myth of meritocracy; and identifying high-leverage action steps. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: $25/session or $100/entire series regular rate; $15/session or $60/entire series for Vermont Afterschool members

    Register HERE 

    View the whole series here

    • 9 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

     Organizational Climate and the ‘Hidden Curriculum’ 

    June 9, 2021 10am-noon

    This workshop will invite individuals to examine their own organizational climate, policy, language, visuals, accessibility, representation, inclusion, patterns of interaction, and unspoken values through an equity lens. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: $25/session or $100/entire series regular rate; $15/session or $60/entire series for Vermont Afterschool members

    Register HERE 

    View the whole series here

    • 28 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 30 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online

    Summer Institute for Climate Change Education

    Date: July 28-30, 2021
    Hosted by: Climate Generation
    Intended Audience: Educators
    Cost: $250 
    Scholarships available. Apply now.

    Climate Generation and the Teach Climate Network are coming to your home this summer! Join a network of teachers from across the country for this three-day virtual conference to learn new tools, skills, and resources to teach climate change in any subject area! 

    Climate Generation’s 16th annual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education will be hosted in partnership  with The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program and NOAA’s Climate Office.

    Register Here

Past webinars & events

24 Feb 2021 It's Us: Humas As Agents of Change Within Earth's Climate System
24 Feb 2021 De-colonizing Place-Based Education
23 Feb 2021 Centering BIPOC Student Voices & Experiences in Your Equity Work
22 Feb 2021 Bark, Buds & Branches: Learn to Identify Trees in Winter
18 Feb 2021 Opportunities, Barriers, Strategies towards Inclusion
17 Feb 2021 Empowering Youth Voices on Climate Change Policy
16 Feb 2021 Teaching About Climate & Energy with CLEAN
11 Feb 2021 Strategies for Integrating Climate Science Into the Elementary Classroom
10 Feb 2021 Preparing for extreme weather at your school
9 Feb 2021 Decolonizing: Placing Indigenous Peoples in the Conversation
9 Feb 2021 Over and Under the Snow: Virtual story ski and tour of Northeast Kingdom
9 Feb 2021 De-Colonizing Place-Based Education
4 Feb 2021 Who's Outside: Buidling the Anti-racist Bookshelf
3 Feb 2021 The Plastic Problem and What We Can Do About It
2 Feb 2021 Indigenous Land Acknowledgements: What? Why? and Now What?
1 Feb 2021 Introduction to CLEAN
27 Jan 2021 Vermont Afterschool Equity & Racism Series: The Power of Language: How Word Choice Can Reinforce or Challenge Bias
20 Jan 2021 Teach Climate Network: Dismantling Systemic Racism and Injustice
14 Jan 2021 Place-Based Teaching On A Budget
14 Jan 2021 Guidelines for Excellence Training
13 Jan 2021 Hunting and Land Stewardship in Vermont: Webinar & Discussion
13 Jan 2021 Small Marvels: Reflective Writing to Understand Place and Equity
13 Jan 2021 Addressing Climate Change in School and Community: Learning, Discussing, Doing
13 Jan 2021 Project Learning Tree Places We Live Writing Workshop
13 Jan 2021 School to Prison Nexus | Pipeline
12 Jan 2021 Diversifying the Educator Workforce in Vermont Webinar Series
6 Jan 2021 Understanding and Interrupting the Over-pathologization of BIPOC Students
5 Jan 2021 Future Focus Series: The Dangers of Performative Activism
17 Dec 2020 Teach Climate Network Workshop: Personal Connection and Storytelling
17 Dec 2020 Guidelines for Excellence Training
16 Dec 2020 Connect With The Network!
15 Dec 2020 Diversifying the Educator Workforce in Vermont Webinar Series
15 Dec 2020 Wildlife on the Move: Protecting Landscape Connections One Parcel at A Time
10 Dec 2020 Evaluation Collaborative Workshop- EE Evaluation in Your School or Organization Workshop
9 Dec 2020 Practitioner Guide to Assessing Connection to Nature
2 Dec 2020 Practical Approaches to Teaching Outside in Cold Weather
2 Dec 2020 Leadership Development in EE: A Community of Practice
2 Dec 2020 Vermont Afterschool Equity & Racism Series: Racial (micro)aggressions: Intent, Impact & How to Respond
1 Dec 2020 Future Focus Series: Using Education to Mobilize
19 Nov 2020 Teaching Outdoors In Winter
19 Nov 2020 Teach Climate Network Workshop: Scientific and Social Solutions
17 Nov 2020 Youth Have Power Speaker Series: Justice: Equity & the Climate Crisis
17 Nov 2020 Old Growth Forests: A Virtual Tour of Ancient Woodlands
10 Nov 2020 Ecology, Conservation, and Forest Management at the Andrews Community Forest
10 Nov 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Basic Specialized Care
6 Nov 2020 Equity 2.0: Deeper Learning with Dr. Pedro Noguera
30 Oct 2020 Youth Environment Summit
28 Oct 2020 Implementing Culturally Responsive Teaching
28 Oct 2020 De-Colonizing Your Thanksgiving Curriculum
28 Oct 2020 Vermont Afterschool Equity & Racism Series: Equity Literacy: Identity, Bias, and Student Success
28 Oct 2020 Youth Climate Leadership Academy
27 Oct 2020 Future Focus Series: Becoming a Youth Activist
27 Oct 2020 Tech for Teachers: Tech tips, tricks & tools for classroom and outdoor educators!
27 Oct 2020 MEEA: Equity and Inclusion Conversation
23 Oct 2020 Disruptive Innovation with Darrell “Coach D” Andrews
22 Oct 2020 The Power and Potential of Stories: Rethink Outside
22 Oct 2020 Panel Discussion: The importance of storytelling for social change
21 Oct 2020 Teach Climate Network Workshop: Supporting Youth Action
20 Oct 2020 De-Colonizing Your Thanksgiving Curriculum
20 Oct 2020 Transforming Trauma: The School as a Healing Community in the Context of COVID-19
7 Oct 2020 Examining Bias and Interrupting Systemic Patterns of Educational Injustice to Support Anti-Racist School Communities
6 Oct 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Professionalism/Building Your Individual Professional Development Plan
5 Oct 2020 Holistic Restorative Education - Free Webinar Series
2 Oct 2020 Zoom a Scientist: Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV's)
2 Oct 2020 Tips and Tools for Early Childhood Special Educators
1 Oct 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Vital Connections for Social and Emotional Learning
1 Oct 2020 2020 VLT Annual Meeting The Ground We Share: Access, equity, and justice on the land
1 Oct 2020 Teachers Tell All: Success and Challenges of Teaching Outdoors
30 Sep 2020 Invasive Plants Series: Backyard Invasives
30 Sep 2020 Teach Climate Network Workshop: Science and Other Ways of Knowing
29 Sep 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Building Relationships with Families
29 Sep 2020 Watershed Explorer Challenge - Teacher Training Opportunity
29 Sep 2020 Seismology: What it is and How I Got Into it
25 Sep 2020 Re-Envisioning Educational Systems as We Move Through and Beyond COVID-19
25 Sep 2020 Project Learning Tree Workshop
24 Sep 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Active Learning and Incorporating Youth Voice
24 Sep 2020 Outdoor Education & Place-Based Learning in the Now
23 Sep 2020 Food Justice, Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Goals
22 Sep 2020 Fires! Smoke! Airplanes! Action! How We're Learning About Wildfires and Crop Burning Smoke.
22 Sep 2020 A New Guide to Help You Assess Connection to Nature
22 Sep 2020 Rebuilding the New: A Better World is Possible
22 Sep 2020 Vermont Afterschool Boot Camp Basics: Child Development K-5
16 Sep 2020 Invasive Plants Series: Intro to Invasive Plants
16 Sep 2020 Teaching and Learning Together Online in Challenging Times
15 Sep 2020 Taking Teaching Outdoors with Vermont Education & Environment Network
14 Sep 2020 Stormwater Education Methods Series: Floating Islands - Using Green Infrastructure to Enhance Water Quality
14 Sep 2020 Take It Outside: Investigating Ways to Blend Learning and Play
10 Sep 2020 Design Principles for Online Environmental Education Programs
10 Sep 2020 Getting to Know the NGSS for Maine's Environmental Educators
10 Sep 2020 Fall Wildflowers and Their Pollinators
3 Sep 2020 Rhythms & Routines: Establishing Classroom Community Outdoors
20 Aug 2020 Education and the Outdoors: Success Stories from the Field
17 Aug 2020 Stormwater Education Methods
10 Aug 2020 NGSX: Taking it Back to Your Classroom
9 Aug 2020 Local Action, Global Impact: The SDGs in My Neighborhood
4 Aug 2020 Aligning your Curriculum to Community Problem Solving: A VINS and National Geographic Teacher PD Workshop
3 Aug 2020 Audubon Vermont Camp in a Kit: Plants, Pollinators and Birds, Oh my!
27 Jul 2020 Taking Swift Action
27 Jul 2020 Audubon Vermont Camp in a Kit: Critter Construction
27 Jul 2020 Vermont Biodiversity Institute for Educators
20 Jul 2020 Audubon Vermont Camp in a Kit: Aquatic Adventures
12 Jul 2020 Wildlife Management for Educators and Outdoor Education Techniques Course
29 Jun 2020 STEM Summer Day Programs
21 May 2020 VT FEED Farm to School Online Workshop for K-6 Educators (and Friends!)
20 May 2020 Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department Facebook Live Wildlife Trivia
18 May 2020 Snack & Storytime with Audubon Vermont
17 May 2020 Virtual Pride Hikes: Planting Pride
16 May 2020 Turning School Inside Out- Movie premier: Afternoon Principal’s Panel Discussion
14 May 2020 PLACE Program: Place-based Landscape Analysis and Community Engagement
20 Apr 2020 The Vermont Spring Backyard Bioblitz
31 Mar 2020 Zoom a Scientist
24 Mar 2020 Connecting to Nature Book Club sponsored by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
29 Jan 2020 Lake Champlain Sea Grant Brown Bag Series: Visualization Tools to Communicate River Erosion Hazards
25 Jan 2020 Free Ice Fishing Day and Festival
25 Jan 2020 Bird Monitoring Walk
20 Nov 2019 Lake Champlain Sea Grant Brown Bag Series: Lake Champlain Food Web Model Research
12 Nov 2019 Woodland, Wetland Wildlife Book Signing
27 Sep 2019 Fall Gathering
27 Sep 2019 NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence Workshop
4 May 2019 SWEEP Collaborative Spring Gathering and Workshop

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