a one-stop-shop for environmental education resources in and around the Houston area.
Like summer tomatoes, this team of educators can transform your schoolyard into a bountiful, diverse, outdoor learning space. In addition to farmers markets, they offer workshops and online gardening classes.
Like lightning bugs, she encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to get outdoors for better health, happiness, and life balance. NEO can facilitate a variety of off-campus field trips that are fun and educational, or on-campus events held outdoors or in the classroom that incorporate TEKS-correlated Project Wild curriculum.
Find a Master Naturalist in your neighborhood. Their mission is to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.
Like the corals of the Gulf of Mexico, Kelly has a unique place in our region. She has millions of resources to help you teach about ocean stewardship and the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.
Bring in a researcher from Rice University’s Civic Scientist Program, or watch a prerecorded talk. For more information on the program or if you are interested in participating as a class or speaker, contact [email protected] or 713.348.4784