Find and Share EE Info
Our recent survey and focus groups found the most important online tool to build environmental literacy is a clearinghouse of resources. So we are getting started right away. If your resource was already a part of CAEE's former EE Directory- it may already be a part of the site. Please update and/or add your resources today! Over 600 resources are already listed on the site. You can even correlate resources to the New Colorado Academic Standards. New features and searchability options are being added daily. Please check back often.
Anyone is welcome to post their environmental education resources (programs, lesson plans, events, activities, kits, grants, and more) for free. All you need is an account on CAEE's website.
- If you have an account, log in. If you need to create an account, click here.
- On the main directory page, click the add a resource button, and begin entering your information. Fill out only the field that apply to you!
- Download detailed instructions.
- 1. NEW Environmental Education Listserve:
- Do you want to get email alerts on environmental education resources, jobs, grant opportunities, trainings, events, and tools? Subscribe to CAEE's new listserv/announcement board! Subscribers not only receive updates, resources, and announcements from EE providers across the state, but can also post and share needs and resources from your organization.
- PLEASE NOTE: This is a new listserve, the previous listserve (environmental-ed) is no longer active.
- To subscribe, please send a blank email from the email account you want subscribed to: firstname.lastname@example.org If you subscribe this way, you will receive each listserve message as it is sent. You will receive an email to activate your subscription. If you do not receive an activation email, please check your spam folder.
To subscribe and moderate how you receive messages: If you would like to subscribe, but moderate how you receive listserve messages, i.e. receiving a daily digest with all emails sent, you can subscribe with this process:
- Go to http://lists.caee.org/lists/lists
- On the lefthand side, click on the subscribe link.
- You will be prompted to enter your email and will receive an email to activate your subscription. If you do not receive an activation email, please check your spam folder.
- Once you activate your subscription on the listserve, on the lefthand side you will see "Subscriber Options"-click on this.
- A page with "Your list options" will appear. Find "reception mode," click on the drop down box and select how you would like to receive listserve emails. Click on "help" to learn what the different options mean.
TO POST: After you have subscribed you can post to the listserve by sending an email to email@example.com
- Go to http://lists.caee.org/lists/lists
- 2.Climate Science Education Listserve
The purpose of this listserve is to communicate about educational information, resources, and experts related to Climate Science and Global Climate Change for the Rocky Mountains and Plains.
To join the climate-science-education listserve, email CAEE.
- 3. Faith and Environmental Education Listserve
The purpose of this listserve is communicate about opportunities for connections between faith, religion, and spiritual communities and the environmental education community.
To join the young stewards listserve, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado State Forest Service developed a comprehensive grants and assistance database for community groups, landowners, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and others to search for programs that promote the health and welfare of Colorado’s natural resources. The online Natural Resources Grants and Assistance Database offers a free, searchable index of grant opportunities that pertain to many natural resources topics, including EE.
After identifying a program of interest, users can access detailed information on each grant or assistance opportunity, including:
• general program description and eligibility requirements;
• deadlines and how to apply;
• required match or cost-share;
• links to detailed program information; and
• relevant contact information.
To access the database, visit the CSFS website at csfs.colostate.edu and click on “Funding Assistance.” The tool is free, and users are not required to register or create a password to access the system.
The North American Association for Environmental Education advances environmental education and supports environmental educators in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
eePRO is an online community to connect environmental education (EE) professionals from around the world to each other and to the most effective professional development resources available in our field. Anyone can join eePRO, and by joining, you gain access to job opportunities, webinars, online courses, workshops, and a variety of resources. You can also post resources, events, jobs, and other happenings that you want others to know about.
MEERA is an online "evaluation consultant" created to assist you with your evaluation needs. It will point you to resources that will be helpful in evaluating your environmental education program.
Green Education Foundation (GEF) is a non-profit organization committed to creating a sustainable future through education. GEF provides curriculum and resources to K-12 students and teachers worldwide with the goal of challenging youth to think holistically and critically about global environmental concerns and solutions.
Earth Protect informs, educates, and inspires people to move "from image to action" for a sustainable future. Earth Protect lets you find and share videos and films on environmental issues and solutions, and learn more about how you can get involved. The result will be people and their organizations worldwide becoming aware, informed and committed, as they are empowered to take action to protect the Earth and achieve a sustainable and healthy environment.