Welcome to AEEA!
AEEA is a networking and information based organization that works with educators, students, business, government, and the general public to increase the awareness and knowledge about the environment.
AEEA works with environmental education (EE) providers to promote programs and increase capacity building of EE programs in Arkansas. Information is provided through AEEA's newsletter, The Natural State, meetings and workshops, and the biennial EE Expo.
AEEA is the only statewide network of environmental educators. By promoting EE we have a more environmentally literate public which provides a better understanding on how we keep Arkansas the Natural State. AEEA's purpose is to promote and advocate for environmental education which incorporates a number of disciplines including conservation and natural resource education.
AEEA is proud to serve as the Arkansas affiliate of the North America Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). The Affiliate Network promotes collaboration for maximum effectiveness and efficiency and a unified voice for Environmental Education across North America and beyond." For more information on NAAEE click the logo to the right.
The Arkansas Environmental Education Association (AEEA) is pleased to present an updated edition of the Arkansas Environmental Education Resource Directory.
The process of collecting information for the directory consisted of contacting numerous local, state and federal agencies, universities, organizations, and individuals to submit information on environmental education programs that they offer in Arkansas.
It is our hope that this directory will inspire and prompt others to submit environmental education programs and resources for future updates.
If you would like to submit an entry and be included in the next revision of the Arkansas Environmental Education Resource Directory please complete the Arkansas EE Resources Information Form below and submit it for approval.
AEEA Resource Directory
Arkansas EE Resources Information Form
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Southeastern Forests and Climate Change and Focus on Forests Workshop
Presented by the Arkansas Environmental Education Association (AEEA) in cooperation with Project Learning Tree (PLT)
Tuesday, June 30th, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Arkansas 4-H Center, Little Rock, AR
Cost $25.00 for non- AEEA members, $20.00 for AEEA members
This workshop will feature PLT’s newest secondary module Southeastern Forests and Climate Change. Activities will help students understand climate change, the carbon cycle, forest health, forest management strategies, and how consumers can make a difference through purchasing choices.
Participants will also be trained in Focus on the Forests. Activities in this module are designed to foster student understanding and appreciation for the forested lands of North America.
Both of these modules are designed for the use in life science, environmental science, and agricultural courses in grades 7-12.
Participants must stay for the full 6 hour training in order to receive the curriculum guide and the 6 hours of PD. No partial credit will be given.
Click here to download a PDF of the Workshop flyer
AEEA Mini-Grant for FORMAL Educators Now Open
The Arkansas Environmental Education Association is proud to offer mini grants for up to $500 to its members through the AEEA’s Mini Grant Program. The mini grant program is designed to support, enhance and expand the implementation of environmental education throughout the state of Arkansas. The Spring Funding Cycle is open to formal educators who work with students and/or community members in formal classroom settings.
Eligible Costs and Projects:
Proposals should focus on projects/activities that help to educate students, visitors, or community members about natural resources or the environment. Examples of items eligible for funding include: equipment, books, program materials, displays, guest speakers, field trip expenses, etc.
The deadline for submitting an application is Friday, April 24, 2015.
Click here to download the Spring 2015 Mini Grant Application