Outdoor Ed. News & Articles

Ultimate Bow Making Challenge For Beginners

Designed to put real skills in your hands and your phone in your pocket, during this weekend away EarthWorks Institute Forest Guides will teach time-honored techniques for hand carving your own wooden self-bow. At Earthworks Institute, we teach people not…

Project Polar Bear

Every year Project Polar Bear challenges student groups across the globe to take action on climate change. With the guidance of an advisor, middle and high school groups compete for a grant by creating a plan for a project that…

Receive recognition for your schools efforts at being green

  Apply for the US Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) award honoring public and private early childhood, elementary, middle and high schools, school districts and institutions of higher education (depending on State program participation) that demonstrate high achievement…

Job Posting: Outdoor Educator

Position                       Outdoor Educator   Qualifications             B.S. Life Sciences, Environmental Studies, Education, Nature Interpretation, or related field. Teaching experience with elementary children in either a formal or informal setting.  Ropes Course experience desired.   Responsibility            Design, and instruct small group…

NAAEE Conference Scholarships—Deadline April 30

  NAAEE is happy to announce that the 2015 scholarship programs for the San Diego conference are now open! The Academic Study, Columbia Sportwear, NAAEE Affordability, and William B. Stapp scholarships are all open and we encourage anyone that is eligible…