Shout out to businesses supporting EE!

It’s been more than a month since AAEE’s first conference in over a decade and we have not stopped thinking about it! Your professional development committee and board of directors are hard at work sorting through the feedback to shape future professional gatherings and the general organization to meet the diverse needs of our state. At the same time, we’re still basking in all the love from the businesses and organizations that helped make the conference possible. We thought it a good time to give them another shout out and encourage our members and friends to give them some love in return.

So, read on to learn a little bit more about these supporters of EE!

 

 

Founded in 1966, Prescott College offers four-year undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees and Ph.D. programs utilizing an experiential, self-directed model that attracts students motivated to make a difference in the world.A significant partner for us during the conference was the Center for Nature and Place-Based Early Childhood Education which was established to support and expand training for early childhood educators, pre-service teachers, administrators, and program directors in developmentally appropriate nature and place-based pedagogy.

The Center focuses on designing innovative nature and place focused college course curricula for Prescott College students in the Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education undergraduate and graduate programs. It also offers residential professional development institutes and outreach workshops that provide training and experiential learning opportunities for early childhood educators across Arizona and beyond, including the Summer Institute for Nature and Place-Based Early Childhood Education.

The Center provides opportunities and support for student research on the effectiveness of nature and place-based early childhood teacher education and outdoor learning activities in order to add to current professional knowledge in the field. The center actively seeks opportunities to collaborate with other higher education institutions, schools, and organizations in implementing nature and place-based teacher training initiatives and related research projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Arizona Green Chamber of Commerce exists to inspire, motivate and empower so that profit and planet exist in harmony now and for the future. We are on a mission to advance Arizona’s economy where eco-businesses thrive.

Our values are:
Higher Purpose: Live and work in ways that create a sustainable world.
Visionary / Innovative / Entrepreneurial: Apply disruptive innovation and forward thinking in support of sustainability.
Collaboration: Network to help each other be more successful.
Passionate: Dedicated to advancing sustainability.
Advocate: Promote the ecosystem of sustainable business.

Our member community brings like-minded individuals and businesses together to networking events like monthly lunch and learns and green drinks. We share our experiences and advocate for each other and our businesses through our like mindedness. Our passionate community provides several collaborative resources such as: Advocacy, Calendar of events, Member discounts, Newsletters, Social media connections, Website listing, Business services, Educational and special events, Group volunteer opportunities in community activities, networking, Passionate volunteer committee opportunities, Sponsorship opportunities to promote your business. Join the movement at our website or on Facebook!

 

 

The Natural History Institute provides leadership and resources for a revitalized practice of natural history that integrates art, science, and humanities to promote the health and well-being of humans and the rest of the natural world.

THE NATURAL HISTORY INSTITUTE IS A CATALYST AND “THOUGHT LEADER”
…convening national and regional gatherings and working groups of interested, concerned people to delve deeply into specific topics, to address particular problems, and find solutions and map strategies.  Learn more!

 

 

Nature Play Learning
Nature Play Learning offers concept design and educational services to all ages for nature play places from concept to installation to pedagogy and use.​

I believe Nature Play will save the world.
Learn more about services and philosophy.

 

 

Who are we?
As Technicians for Sustainability, we are a Tucson based, locally owned, mission-driven company specializing in renewable energy and sustainable technologies for residential and commercial settings, since 2003. The systems we install include solar electric and solar hot water systems. We are located just north of downtown Tucson in the historic West University neighborhood, at 612 N 7th Ave.

Our Mission:
Our mission is to help you translate your environmental values into a practical reality. Based in Tucson, we install high-quality, clean, solar electric and solar hot water systems that are built to last. Our goal is to ensure that Southern Arizona’s natural resources are used efficiently and with respect for present and future needs. Committed to practicing what we preach, we live with the systems we install, make fuel-efficient transportation choices, and whenever possible, do business with companies that hold values, standards, and ethics comparable with ours.

Learn more!

 

The USA-NPN brings together citizen scientists, government agencies, non-profit groups, educators and students of all ages to monitor the impacts of climate change on plants and animals in the United States.

 

MISSION
The USA-NPN collects, organizes, and shares phenological data and information to aid decision-making, scientific discovery, and a broader understanding of phenology from a diversity of perspectives.

NATURE’S NOTEBOOK
Nature’s Notebook is a national phenology program in which professional and volunteer scientists record long-term observations of plant and animal life stages.
Learn More!

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