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Missouri Environmental Literacy Advisory Board

Meetings Second Thursdays in May and December
MDC and DNR usually take turns hosting our convenings. 
Due to COVID-19, the December 2020 meeting will be held virtually.

Our next meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 10 via Zoom.
Timing TBD. 

Organizations engaged in environmental and sustainability education, health and wellness, or educational equity are invited to attend the 3rd of 4 MELAB meetings devoted to the development of a statewide Missouri Green Schools partner network. This meeting is open to all who want to help Missouri Schools improve the health and wellness of students and staff, reduce environmental impact, and provide effective environmental and sustainability education and join a team of like-minded people.  

Why join the MGS Partner Network?

Want to learn more about what MELAB is all about when not focusing primarily on Missouri Green Schools?

Mission

The Missouri Environmental Literacy Advisory Board (MELAB) is an organization of organizations, with the goal of helping schools, agencies, non-profits and businesses find where they fit into Environmental Education in Missouri, network with other organzations who share similar goals, develop ways to assess if and how they are making a difference, and provide a way for them to help guide environmental education in Missouri.

If you belong to a school, agency, non-profit, business or other organization whose mission includes an interest in what Missorians know and understand about their environment, then consider these questions:

MELAB Representation

Since its first meeting in March of 2012, representatives of over 40 organizations, agencies and businesses have participated in one or more of MELAB's ongoing meetings.

  1. Boeing
  2. City of Springfield
  3. Columbia Sustainability Office
  4. Columbia College
  5. Conservation Federation of Missouri
  6. Girl Scouts of NE KS and NW MO
  7. GLADE - Missouri State University
  8. Green Chamber of Commerce - Columbia Chapter
  9. Kansas City Environmental Education Network
  10. Laumier Sculpture Park - Kansas City
  11. Lincoln University
  12. Maplewood Richmond Heights Schools
  13. Mark Twain National Forest - U.S. Forest Service
  14. Mid-America Regional Council
  15. MidWest Recycling
  16. Missouri Audubon
  17. Missouri Botanical Garden
  18. Missouri Department of Conservation
  19. Missouri Department of Health and Human Services
  20. Missouri Department of Natural Resources
  21. Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education - Science & After School Programs
  22. Missouri Foundation for Health
  23. Missouri Environmental Education Association
  24. Missouri Prairie Foundation
  25. Missouri Recycling Association
  26. Missouri Recycling Program (state)
  27. Missouri River Bird Observatory
  28. Missouri River Relief
  29. Missouri State Parks
  30. Missouri Stream Team Watershed Coalition
  31. Ozark National Scenic Riverways - National Park Service
  32. Ozarks Water Watch
  33. Peace Corps - MU Office
  34. Prarie Fork Conservation Area
  35. Project WET, WILD, Learning Tree - Missouri
  36. Raintree Learning Community - St. Louis
  37. Shaw Nature Reserve
  38. Show-Me Youth Media
  39. Staples
  40. St. Louis County Health Department
  41. St. Louis Science Center
  42. St. Louis Sustainable Villages
  43. University of Missouri-Columbia
  44. University of Missouri-St. Louis
  45. Washington University/Tyson Research Center

Informational Documents and Websites

Questions? Email Lesli Moylan at moylan@meea.org

This and other MELAB events are supported by a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health and with funds from the Missouri Environmental Education Association.