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Find a link for your state or region to find organizations and projects focused on that area.

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1 - New England

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2 - NY, NJ, territories

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3 - Mid Atlantic

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4 - Southeast

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5 - Great Lakes

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6 - South Central

AR * LA * NM * OK * TX

7 - Mid Plains

IA * KS * MO * NE

8 - Rocky Mountains

CO * MT * ND * SD * UT * WY

9 - Southwest

AZ * CA * HI * NV * Pacific Terr

10 - Northwest

AK * ID * OR * WA

New Monitoring Protocol Library & Locator    
The Natural Resource Monitoring Partnership (NRMP) new Monitoring Protocol Library is a searchable database that provides information on monitoring protocols and resource assessment methodologies organized to facilitate reference and use. The Monitoring Locator is an internet-based application that allows users to identify what natural resource monitoring is being conducted within a particular area.
The URL is:

SEER - State Education and Environment Roundtable      
SEER advances the EIC Model (using the Environment as an Integrating Context for learning). The model employs natural and socio-cultural environments as the context for learning while taking into account the "best practices" of successful inservice, preservice, formal and nonformal educators. SEER has initiated EIC Demonstration School Networks in 12 states. Their website give a description of some EIC Demonstration Schools.
The URL is:

Cooperative Extension Supports Youth Environmental Stewardship    
CESYES is a national project that seeks to strengthen the abilities of Extension educators, 4-H county and state faculty, and professionals from other natural resources agencies to serve communities, youth leaders and youth. You may contribute your own materials, either on the internet, or offline to this database.
The URL is:

National Association for Interpretation (NAI)      
NAI is dedicated to the advancement of the profession of interpretation (on-site informal education programs at parks, zoos, nature centers, museums, and aquaria). Online resources include jobs, workshops and events, and certification information. NAI currently serves 4,200 members in the United States, Canada, and twenty other nations.
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Florida Department of Environmental Protection: Office of Environmental Education    
The Office of Environmental Education's web pages include information on free environmental education materials, teacher professional development opportunities, interactive resources for students and support services avialable from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
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Wilderness Awareness School    
Reconnecting people to their natural roots since 1983, Wilderness Awareness School offers dynamic programs for youth and adults in nature awareness, animal tracking, edible plants, wilderness survival, and bird language.
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Northwest Environmental Education Council    
Our objective is to provide opportunities for environmental education and training to youth,

environmental professionals, and the general public by disseminating information through public workshops, seminars and lectures; training

teachers to incorporate EE into their curriculums; and assisting in school-based EE programs.
The URL is:

Hands on the Land    
Hands on the Land (HOL) is a network of field classrooms stretching across America from Alaska to Florida and is sponsored by Partners in Resource Education, a collaboration of five Federal agencies, a non-profit foundation, schools, and other private sector partners. HOL provides a national network of field classrooms to enhance kindergarten through high school student-learning. Site provides teaching materials, resources for students, educational program information, teacher bulletins, and more.
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Manitoba Wildlands    
Manitoba Wildlands is a non-profit environmental organization supporting the establishment of protected areas in Manitoba, with a special focus on boreal forest regions. Site provides information about Manitoba land and waters; decisions and technical information about use of crown lands and water; hard to find government information, or documents that are no longer posted; and a news service.
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