Join us for a workshop exploring innovative ways to use the arts to teach, document & celebrate environmental literacy 

in & out of school

Monday, May 6, 9 am to 3 pm

Margret & H.A. Rey Center, Waterville Valley

Designed for K-12 educators; staff/volunteers of environmental organizations, nature centers and community organizations; after-school and summer program staff and volunteers; parents, artists & all those interested in learning & teaching about the environment

Click here for additional information and to register

or call 603-323-7302 or email

Cost: $20 (BYO lunch); $15 for AANNH members

* Professional development credit offered.

* Participate in hands-on indoor & outdoor activities that highlight the ways an interdisciplinary, arts-infused approach can achieve the goals of the

NH Environmental Literacy Plan.

* Use a template we’ve developed to work on organizing arts activities, environmental experiences & Common Core Standards, balancing meaningful student engagement with school scheduling & assessment needs.

* We encourage teams to attend who might be interested in developing an EL through Arts project for next fall. We will provide support for these projects from planning through implementation.


Cynthia Robinson, teaching eco artist Lori Jean Kinsey, Education Director, Tin Mountain Conservation Center Leigh Ann Reynolds, Education Coordinator, The Rey Center

If you would like to attend but can’t afford the fee, please let us know.

The workshop is funded in part by a grant from the New England Environmental Educators Association and the EPA, in cooperation with the New Hampshire Environmental Educators.


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