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Environmental Education Directory

Looking for an organization, program, or resource to help get your students, family, or colleagues engaged in environmental learning? RIEEA has compiled a comprehensive, searchable list of opportunities throughout the state and online that offer resources for educators, families, and more.

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Rhode Island College

As a leading regional public college, Rhode Island College personalizes higher education of the finest quality for undergraduate and graduate students. It offers vibrant programs in arts and sciences, business, and professional disciplines within a supportive, respectful, and diverse community. Dedicated faculty engage students in learning, research, and career attainment, and its innovative curricula and co-curricula foster intellectual curiosity and prepare an educated citizenry for responsible leadership.

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Rhode Island Consortium for Coastal Ecology Assessment

Rhode Island Consortium for Coastal Ecology Assessment, Innovation, and Modeling

RI C-AIM of Narragansett Bay has a number of resources available to the Rhode Island community including: a free web based graphic tool (ideal for K-12 activities); educational resources such as activity books and teacher reports; and a data repository which is particularly engaging for environmental science classes.

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Rhode Island Department of Health Climate Change and Health Program

The Climate Change and Health Program works to educate the public and raise awareness about the connection between climate change and health. It offers a variety of programs to mitigate public health impacts among vulnerable populations. The website houses a list of Climate Change and Health Teaching Resources, brochures about air quality, ticks, and more in both English and Spanish, and others.

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Rhode Island Environmental Education Association

RIEEA is a collaborative network of individuals and organizations working to promote environmental education in both formal and nonformal settings. The diverse, active, and growing membership includes teachers, naturalists, students, and formal and nonformal educators from universities, nature centers, recreation centers, non-profit organizations, and state and federal agencies, as well as environmental and educational organizations. RIEEA fosters collaboration and partnerships, sponsors professional development opportunities, gathers and disseminates information on environmental education, promotes public understanding of the value of an environmentally literate community, offers personalized support for educators, and advocates for sound environmental education legislation on a state and federal level.

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Rhode Island Envirothon, Inc.

The mission of RI Envirothon is to develop knowledgeable, skilled, and dedicated citizens who are willing and prepared to work towards achieving and maintaining a natural balance between the quality of life and the quality of the environment. Throughout the year, middle and high school students are invited to attend hands-on workshops in the practical study of our natural resources. Workshops are led by local professionals from agencies such as the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) and the Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS). Working in teams of five, students take what they’ve learned and participate in a one-day, outdoor competition, held in the spring. The winning team goes on to represent Rhode Island in the North American Envirothon competition held each summer.

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Rhode Island Farm Bureau

The Farm Bureau is a free, independent, nongovernmental, and voluntary organization of farm and ranch families united for the purpose of analyzing agricultural problems and formulating action to achieve educational awareness and social advancement, and thereby, to promote the national well-being. There are books, programs, events, and more all to increase agricultural literacy in Rhode Island.

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Rhode Island Fruit Growers Association

RIFGA began in 1913 with a group of dedicated apple orchardists from Providence and Kent Counties. Over the years, RIFGA has expanded to include growers of many tree fruits as well as berries. Throughout the season our members have the support and assistance of the Cooperative Extension of University of Rhode Island and of University of Massachusetts. Their continuous research and fieldwork aid and advance our farmers’ ability to produce healthy, savory fruit.

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Rhode Island Land Trust Council

The Rhode Island Land Trust Council is the coalition of our state’s land trusts – community-based organizations formed to protect scenic open spaces, farms, forests, historic sites, and watersheds that define the character of our communities, keep us healthy, protect wildlife habitat and drinking water supplies, and provide local food and beautiful places for recreation. The Council works to permanently conserve open and natural lands in Rhode Island by supporting land trusts, promoting responsible use and stewardship of conserved lands, and advocating for sound land conservation policy.

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Rhode Island Mobile Sportfishermen

RIMS was founded in 1958 by a group of fisherman that frequented East Beach and the Charlestown, Rhode Island areas. As a family-oriented club, RIMS was organized with a mission dedicated to the preservation and conservation of our coastal resources, as well as maintaining public beach access. Today, RIMS continues its stance on public beach access, preservation and conservation, and the protection of our fisheries.

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Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association

RINLA is a 501(c)6 professional trade association that serves the green industry and promotes environmental stewardship. RINLA advances the welfare of its members through education, research, legislative representation, certification, support in the marketing of green industry goods and services, and collaboration with allied interests and associations.

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