“Project-Based Learning Meets
Place-Based Stewardship Education”
Your school, your community organization, and YOU are invited to join and participate in the annual, youth education-focused Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative (NEMIGLSI) Regional Network Meeting on Thursday, February 15, 2018 hosted in Alpena, Michigan.
Learn about the NEMIGLSI network and gain educational updates, information and resources in more...
The Michigan Nature Association is currently accepting applications from K-12 teachers for field trips to natural areas during the 2017-18 school year. The purpose of the small grants, up to $500, is to help teachers cover the transportation or other costs of taking students out to natural areas, nature sanctuaries or more...
Students for Zero Waste Week: March 19 – April 20, 2018
Registration is now open for Students for Zero Waste Week 2018 -- register now! Registration deadline: March 16, 2018.
Students are inviting their local communities to "Go Green and Think Blue" by joining them in the annual Students for Zero Waste Week campaign. During this campaign, students focus on more...
Spring 2018 Carton2Garden Contest:
Show your students’ creativity by re-purposing milk and juice cartons from your school cafeteria to either build or enhance your school garden. Educators can engage students in a hands-on experience creating teachable moments on environmental stewardship, sustainable packaging and healthy living.
The best use of cartons in a school more...
2018 Marine Debris Creative Advocacy Competition
This national competition, hosted by Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, challenges middle and high school students to lead a creative campaign in their school or community that educates others and inspires action to reduce or prevent marine debris.
Students can earn awards of up to $5,000!