Education about the Environment is a joint project initiated in 2004 between the National Park Service (NPS), as lead agency, and the Public Lands Institute at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). This project envisioned the planning of a strategic approach to conservation education, including an assessment of existing outdoor environmental education programs in Southern Nevada, the development of a comprehensive area-wide conservation education strategy, and the development of a five-year work plan for agency educators.


Submissions from 2010


The GreenPrint: Nevada’s Environmental Literacy Plan, Part 1, Education about the Environment


Building More Inclusive Organizations Initiative: Evaluation Report, Alma Galvan, Lisa LaRocque, and The Learning Community

Submissions from 2002


Developing Assessment Plans for Education in the Environment Programs, Gregory Schraw and Lori Olafson