2017 Louisiana Green Schools Youth Summit
Youth grades 5-12 will gather on March 24th at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans to share and learn from others about ideas and projects that have helped schools to conserve resources, improve student health & wellness, and promote environmental & sustainability education.
Visit http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/youth-summit  for more details.
2017 Environmental Awareness Student Art & Language Arts Contest
The 2017 Environmental Awareness Art & Language Arts Contest is underway. The theme this year is "Protecting Louisiana's Threatened and Endangered Species." This is a great activity to assign during holiday or testing downtime. We are happy to receive individual entries or an entire class worth. See the brochure below.
2017 Watershed Webs Educator Workshop
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.
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.
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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.