Environmental Education Commission

2017 Watershed Webs Educator Workshop

This workshop has ended. Check our Professional Development page frequently for new professional development opportunities.

Watershed Webs, a 4-day workshop for teachers of students in grades 5-12, focuses on the dynamics of watersheds, water quality, trash, and our new WET tracker app. Teachers in the coastal parishes/counties of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas are eligible to participate.

We would like to thank the workshop sponsor, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which funded this event through the NOAA B-WET grants program.  We would also like to extend special thanks to the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation and Mississippi State University Coastal Research & Extension Center for their assistance in making this workshop possible.

See our Professional Development page for more information.

Louisiana Environmental Education State Symposium

Thank you for making the 2017 Environmental Education State Symposium a great success! This year's theme was "Protecting Louisiana's Endangered Species." 

Please check back this summer for information about the 2018 Environmental Education State Symposium.

2017 Louisiana Green Schools Youth Summit

Thank you to everyone who made the 2017 Louisiana Green Schools Youth Summit a great success! Please check back this fall for information about the 2018 Youth Summit.

Visit our Youth Summit page for more details.

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Louisiana Environmental Education Commission's Mission Statement

To create a comprehensive and balanced environmental education initiative that will result in environmentally literate citizens who will effectively and constructively solve existing environmental problems, prevent new ones, and maintain a sustainable environment for future generations.