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Header Picture Captions: Left to Right: Friends of Rock Bridge Memorial S.P. Nature Detectives, Summer 2010; Academie Lafayette, Kansas City, Stream Class; Sustain Mizzou Green Team recycling at an MU home football game, Columbia. If you have pictures of your students learning aout or working in the environment (with permissions) send them to weaverjc@missouri.edu and we will post them.

Missouri Environmental Education News February 2016

Eagle Adventure at Runge Nature Center

Eagle Advenure at Runge Nature Center. Over 1,000 people stopped by and took part in eagle activities and crafts throughout the day. Find an eagle day event near you by visit MDC's website at http://mdc.mo.gov/node/31879

The MEEA List of Things to Know About Wetlands

EE Resources Related to Wetlands

Things to Look for (or Look Out for) in February

Check out MEEA's "Green Holidays" calendar to plan for future events


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Humans and Their Societies

A MEEA Environmental Educator Certification Quiz

This quiz will randomly select 30 questions from a set of about 100 questions on matter, energy and earth science. The topic areas include government, history, economics, geography, groups, people, and behavior.

The MEEA Environmental Educator Certification program is a way for an educator to ensure that she or he has the necessary knowledge, skills, and dispositions to be an effective voice for the environment. The program is in the process of revision. You can find out more at http://www.meea.org/certification.html and help us try things out before our official launch in the spring of 2016.

scales of justice

Humans and Their Socieites

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Q: "How do you send a message in the forest?"

A: "By moss code"






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