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Indiana Department of Environmental Management

Environmental Education

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  • Environmental Education Association of Indiana:
    • The Environmental Education Association of Indiana (EEAI) is dedicated to promoting environmental education. EEAI promotes networking and communication between groups and individuals in an effort to provide its members the opportunities to share their knowledge, skills and resources with others.
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IDNR):
    • o Provides educational information about a variety of IDNR topics, including archaeology, forestry, conservation, and state parks.
  • Indiana Department of Education:
    • The vision of the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) is to elevate the academic achievement and career preparation of all Indiana students to be the best in the United States and on par with the most competitive countries in the world.
  • National Environmental Education Foundation:
    • The National Environmental Education Act of 1990 established the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation, operating as the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), as an independent non-profit organization complementary to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), extending its ability to foster environmental education for all ages and in all segments of the American public.
  • North American Association for Environmental Education:
    • Environmental education (EE) teaches children and adults how to learn about and investigate their environment, and to make intelligent, informed decisions about how they can take care of it.
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:
    • Through the "Students" portal, U.S. EPA provides environmental education information for students, educators and parents.