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Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University Bloomington. Photo Credit: islandworks
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As part of the fifth anniversary of the launch of eePRO, NAAEE is featuring environmental education professionals who have used the platform to connect, collaborate, and learn. Our next story features Sarah Wolf, Park Naturalist at Hendricks County, Indiana, Parks & Recreation, who joined the eePRO Higher Education Group biweekly calls to get advice from other professionals and find out what it takes to succeed in teaching EE at a university level during a pandemic.

Washington DC at dusk. The Washington Memorial stands illuminated on the left. The Jefferson Memorial, also illuminated stands to the right. The river runs in the foreground.
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IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUESTED: Please call your Representatives and Senators by this Friday, April 23, 2021! Healthy increases to environmental education funding at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are on the horizon. We have a limited-window to show our support for well-funded environmental education by contacting our Senators and Representatives. Read on for all the information you need (including a sample script) to be successful in this effort.

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Moderator Endorsed: Higher Education

You are proud of your college/university environmental education program, but how can you get the word out and gain the recognition that you rightly deserve? NAAEE has two amazing opportunities: 1) List your program(s) in the NAAEE Higher Education Database and 2) Apply for NAAEE Accreditation.

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This January marks the fifth anniversary of NAAEE’s eePRO platform, the free community hub for environmental education professionals! We’re celebrating five years of advancing EE through a platform to network and engage with peers, share and find relevant resources, learn about grant opportunities, search for professional development opportunities, and more.