Tall Oaks Camp and Conference Center

Address: 
Contact Name: 
Hannah Lammers
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Phone: 
(913) 301-3004
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

We would like to provide one complimentary outdoor classroom session to any Kansas Green School interested in providing their students with an enriching, educational experience that aligns with their STEM curriculum. Join us in the immersive beauty of our 350-acred, forested campgrounds or have one of our certified outdoor educators come to you.

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

We are committed to working with educators from all organizations to enhance the outdoor experience for children and youth. We provide outdoor K-12 programming that aligns with STEM curriculum in a memorable, experiential environment. Use your senses to discover new ideas and explore the world around you, explore the life of trees using all your observational skills, or discover water within you, around you, and throughout the world! Each session follows environmental themes that tap into structured subjects such as science, language arts, math, history, and so much more!

Kansas WILD Annual Conference! July 5-6! Register today!

Posted May 17, 2019

Join us for the 4th Annual Kansas WILD Annual Conference July 5th and 6th at Camp Brown in Abilene!  Get more information and download the registration packet here:  www.kansasgreenschools.org/WILD.  Registration deadline June 26th.  

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Barton County Conservation District

Contact Name: 
Sara Martinz
Email
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Phone: 
(620) 792-3346
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

Educational tools regarding soil and water conservation

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

We are a non-profit organization that assists the Natural Resources Conservation Service in conservation practices. We offer educational tools regarding conservation, to the public/private school systems in Barton County.

Registration for the 2019 Excellence in Conservation and Environmental Education Awards Celebration is Now Open

Posted February 26, 2019

 Please join us in recognizing those who make a difference for Kansas and our children and support environmental education in Kansas.  Click here to register.

Time to Nominate for 2019 EE Awards!

Posted January 9, 2019

 These awards are presented annually by KACEE to recognize those best exemplifying dedication, commitment, and influence in the field of conservation and environmental education (EE). Please consider nominating an individual, organization or school.

Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism

Address: 
Contact Name: 
David Breth
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Phone: 
(620) 672-5911
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

Aquatic and Fishing Education materials and equipment, training to teachers and instructors, advanced aquatic ecology education in the field, assistance with fishing events

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

FishKS is the name for the Aquatic Education program within KDWPT. The Sportfishing Education Coordinator can connect the department's resources of materials, equipment and trained professionals with schools and organizations wanting to provide aquatic resource appreciation and activities.

City of Garden City Kansas / Water Resources

Address: 
Contact Name: 
Fred Jones
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Phone: 
(620) 276-1291
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

In-Class Presentations, Field Trips, Water Consumption Information, Water Reclamation, Water Quality.

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

Water Utility
Waste Water Utility
Electric Utility

Sedgwick County Conservation District

Address: 
Contact Name: 
Catherine Johnson
Email
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Phone: 
(316) 721-6127
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

Free resource person who can speak to classes at no charge
Employee who can volunteer for school projects or environmental education events within Sedgwick County

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

Our Conservation District Manager is available to speak to classes in Sedgwick County. She may also be able to take the streambank trailer to school events for soil erosion demonstrations.

Kansas Outdoor Ethics

Address: 
Contact Name: 
Mike Schmitt
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Phone: 
(913) 948-1116
Services/products to be provided to schools: 

The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is a national organization that protects the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly. The Center accomplishes this mission by delivering cutting-edge education and research to millions of people across the country every year.

Describe your service(s) or product(s): 

1. Make Leave No Trace relevant and accessible for all people who spend time outside (PEOPLE)

2. Make Leave No Trace prominent, relevant and accessible in the outdoors 
(LANDS)

3. Ensure all outdoor programs/organizations embrace and champion Leave No Trace (COLLABORATION) 


4. Organizational Sustainability (SUSTAINABILITY) — an organization that is thriving financially, broadly supported and coupled with strong leadership to ensure our ability to pursue our mission into the future.