National Environmental Education Week (EE Week) promotes the understanding and protection of the natural world by actively engaging K-12 students and educators of all subjects in an inspired week of environmental learning and service before Earth Day.
EE Week, the largest organized environmental education event in the U.S., aims to increase the educational impact of Earth Day by creating a full week of educational preparation, learning, and activities in K-12 classrooms, nature centers, zoos, museums, and aquariums. By participating in EE Week, you encourage your students to make a difference in their schools, homes and communities! Complete Details
Get involved! Bring your students on a field study to either Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Center or a National Park with Bridging the Watershed, use our educational online activities and lessons with your students, or take action with your students on an environmental issue with our Trash Free Schools Project.
04/14/2013 - 04/20/2013