New Mexico Educational Programs
"Third Thursday" Lecture Series at the New Mexico PLIC
April 21: Trail Riding in the Santa Fe Area May 19: History and Mystery in Santa Fe, 1782 June 16: The Old Spanish Trail July 21: Butterfly Landscapes of New Mexico Other lectures in the series will be announced later.
Contact: call Richard at 505-438-7542
BLM`s Adventures In The Past programs
Discover the archeological, fossil and historic heritage of your public lands.
Contact: For the basic Adventures In The Past home page click here; for info on the Antiquities Act, click here
US Fish and Wildlife Service resourses
This website includes curriculum resources and activities, community service projects, professional development opportunities, background information, and contacts and other links, including one for students.
Contact: click here
Project Wild is a conservation, environmental education program activity guide that emphasizes wildlife and its habitat, and uses skills across the acedemic spectrum to provide a tool for all educators.
Contact: National Headquarters is located at: 707 Conservation Lane, Suite 305, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 (301) 527-8900 Project WILD Online
Project Learning Tree
Project Learning Tree uses plants and emphasizes forests to explore environment concepts and issues through a book of activities that span the subject matter areas educators use (from English to physical education).
Contact: National Headquarters is located at:
North American Association of Environmental Educators resources
These folks have a nifty resource reviewing system to help you evaluate EE materials and share your own recommendations.
Contact: To try it out click here
New Mexico`s state EE organization
Web page for:
Contact: the Environmental Education Association of New Mexico
Great stuff for K-12 teachers.
Contact: For information click here
National Park Service Parks As Classrooms Program
This web site provides links to educational information related to the National Park Service`s mission of natural resource stewardship, preservation, and the protection of park natural resources.
Contact: To visit their web site click here
National Forest EE information
Web page for:
Contact: USFS-sponsored Environmental Education Opportunities in New Mexico and Arizona
Leave No Trace
Conservation practices developed to minimize impact of back country areas by hikers and campers stress planning and preparation, concentrating use in high impact areas, spreading use in pristine areas, avoid places where impact has just begun, packing it in and out, leave what you find where you find it, and using fire responsibly. The education program developed by the National Outdoor Leadership School has, since 1965, emphasized these principles to foster conservation of all natural resources by outdoor users.
Contact: Contact Leave No Trace at 1-800-332-4100 or click here.
Bureau Of Land Management National Resources
Learning Landscapes programs for teachers, students and the rest of us explorers, with links to special projects in your state.
Contact: To get connected,click here