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Wildflower Walkabout

Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation AreaWondering about wildflowers? Discover the abundance of flowers, plants, and shrubs that bloom at the Cross Conservation Area and throughout the Foothills. Date: Thursday, June 14Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.Who: AdultsFee: $8.00Advanced registration required (call 403-931-2042)

Alberta Working Group for the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development


Are you concerned about education for environmental integrity, economic viability and social justice in Alberta?Are you prepared to invest your imagination and time to envision education for sustainable development in Alberta? An emerging network of individuals and representatives from provincial organizations and institutions invites you to participate in this vital, UN based initiative. Read more »

Call for Nominations for the 2007 Canadian Excellence in Environmental Education Awards

Calling all Environmental Educators!

It is time to nominate your favorite and much-deserving colleague, NGO and/or institution for an award!

What Is EECOM?

EECOM is the Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communications - a national, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to engage Canadians in learning about their environment. It enables teachers in both the formal education system as well as educators and communicators in all other sectors of Canadian society to work together in ways that nurture environmentally informed and responsible individuals, organizations and communities. EECOM has broad-based representation from many disciplines and professions. It is multi-sectoral and multi-regional, and this concept permeates both the structure and mandate of this all-volunteer network. Read more »

Posted December 21, 2006 by russ

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