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Oregon's working lands, wild places, open spaces, communities, people, and businesses all depend on each other. The next generation needs the skills, knowledge, attitudes, motivations, and commitment to work individually and collectively to ensure Oregon continues to have a vibrant future. We believe environmental education is the key to that future. We support our teachers, administrators, resource professionals, nature centers, environmental educators, and volunteers who are in the trenches - getting kids & adults outside, teaching teachers, training staff, working with schools, working with families, teaching adults, doing environmental education - everything and anything that cultivates environmental literacy. We do this through leadership development, advocacy, and state-wide conference. We are your resource in working with others around environmental education.
May 29th-June 1st
Menucha Conference Center in Corbett, OR
The Center for Diversity & the Environment is honored and pleased to announce that through a partnership with the Environmental Education Association of Oregon and generous support from Meyer Memorial Trust, The Collins Foundation, and The Gray Family Foundation, we are offering our Environmental Leadership Intensive to an “environmental education” cohort (broadly defined to include culturally specific educators; folks working on environmental justice; environmental educators, etc.).Read More
SAVE THE DATES!
September 28 - 30, 2018
Friday evening through Sunday afternoon
Call for presenters deadline has been extended to June 10, 2018.
Hear updates directly from NAAEE every month and how you can get involve to support EE at the federal level. Get involve with eePRO Advocacy group.
OSU Extension is beginning the groundwork for implementing Outdoor School for every 5/6th graders across the state. Stay abreast of what they are working!Read More