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Your support is vital to bringing environmental education to Minnesota teachers, students, policymakers, and the public. 
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October 2021 
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Executive Director Update

Give to the Max Day 2021 is November 18th this year!
 
As a small, volunteer managed nonprofit MAEE is totally dependent upon the generosity of our members and donors to continue our important work of connecting environmental educators throughout Minnesota. Give to the Max Day is our most important fundraising initiative and this year you can begin making donations as early as November 1st! 

GiveMN.org is an established simple way to donate and provides a secure method for you to direct your support to MAEE. Your generosity will support Minnesota environmental education professionals via scholarships, professional development, and recognition. 

Now more than ever our dedicated environmental education professionals teaching in schools, interpreting at nature centers, leading outdoor recreation programs, counseling in summer camps, and advocating at government agencies need and deserve your support. Our children and future generations are looking to us for leadership on critical global environmental issues that can no longer be delayed. Won't you help us help them? 

You may learn more about MAEE and donate at: https://www.givemn.org/organization/Maee 

Thanks as always for your continued support of Minnesota environmental education.
John Million
Executive Director 
MAEE

 MAEE Volunteers on National Public Lands Day

MAEE members and friends had a great time partnering with volunteers from St. Paul Parks to restore the prairie at Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary on Saturday, September 25th. We helped helped keep this beautiful urban oasis natural by removing three different types of invasive species on National Public Lands Day. 

Please join us at our next ECO Event on Saturday, November 13th, at Cedar Creek in East Bethel. Please see additional details listed below.  

Upcoming Events

Meet and network with others in the field at upcoming ECO Events with the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education!

 

Learn at the Home of Ecosystem Ecology


Did you know that the site credited with the beginnings of the field of ecosystem ecology is right here in Minnesota? Join other EE professionals at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve in East Bethel to explore the meeting point of the three largest ecosystems in North America as well as the current site of international research, and sample activities educators can take back to their settings, such as a scavenger hunt, One Small Square investigation, Big Biodiversity experiment application, and/or Ecosystem Comparison investigation. Register now for this event on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 9:30-12:30, by emailing sally.mattison@minnesotaee.org.

Join Us!

Interested in becoming a board member and making a difference in environmental education in Minnesota? Want to put together this newsletter and help the EE community in MN stay in the know? We're still looking for people to join the volunteer board. Learn more and apply.

Find Your Next Opportunity

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Regional Coordinator
Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center

Join a team of dedicated professionals in empowering youth to create solutions to today’s ecological challenges. This full-time position (30 – 40 hours/week with benefits) is a great opportunity to share your expertise and passion for the environment with youth.


Looking for a different opportunity?  Find other environmental education job opportunities at https://eeportal.minnesotaee.org/job-opportunities/

Connect with Others

Join the Minnesota Environmental Educators Facebook group and be part of a community dedicated to improving EE! Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/947481202695586

Partner Highlights

Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning
Located in the scenic bluff country of Lanesboro, Minnesota, Eagle Bluff is a non-profit, year-round environmental learning center providing education programs & outdoor adventures to over 16,000 children and adults each year. Through transformative hands-on experiences we aim to increase environmental awareness & academic literacy, spark curiosity & appreciation for the natural world, and empower people to care for the earth and each other.

On Saturday, October 30th, join us for a SPOOKTACULAR Halloween event: Trick-or-Treetops! Traverse your way through wooden and wire elements 30 feet in the air and end with a zip line and a bag of Halloween candy! Warm up by the fire with hot chocolate and s'mores. Costumes are encouraged!
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