California Schools Expand Environmental Education

December 30th, 2010 | 10 Comments »

by Susan McIntosh, Gaia Graphics & Associates

California’s landmark Education and the Environment (EEI) Curriculum incorporates learning about and protecting the environment into the history, literature and science classes of K-12 students throughout the state. Through real-life examples and hands-on learning, the curriculum is designed to prepare today’s students to become future scientists, economists, and green technology leaders.

Check out this sample page from Education and the Environment Initiative Expanding Environmental Literacy for K-12 Students.

At Gaia Graphics & Associates, environmental education is at the heart of our work. The interpretive signs, maps, posters and brochures we create are designed to promote environmental awareness and informed choices.

Our clients include:

Cambria Community Services District
California Native Plant Society
California State Parks
Cayucos Land Conservancy
City of Morro Bay
City of San Luis Obispo
County of San Luis Obispo
Earth Day Alliance
Environmental Center of San Luis Obispo County
Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo
Los Osos Community Services District
Morro Bay National Estuary Program
NOAA Coastal Discovery Center
San Luis Coastal Resource Conservation District
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
Upper Salinas/Las Tablas Resource Conservation District

and many other local and regional agencies.

Join us in celebrating the expanded California EEI curriculum and in making a difference in our world!

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