In twenty years, Maine is known as a place where our schools and other means for educating young people are key elements in vibrant communities connected to the natural landscapes of Maine - the lands, waterways, and ocean. Maine students understand the connection between their health and the health of the natural world. They are civically engaged members of their communities, towns and regions.
A VISION FOR MAINE
WHO ARE WE?
We are a growing multi-sector network of organizations focused on building support for and equitable access to outdoor learning opportunities for all Maine youth. We believe that all Maine youth deserve the opportunity to learn outside in ways that connect them to their community and the natural world.
If you are interested in joining the network:
WE ARE WORKING TO...
...Create sustainable, statewide funding for outdoor learning for all Maine youth
...Communicate the impact of outdoor learning to the development of youth, their communities, and the State of Maine
...Generate support for outdoor learning, and for the schools, organizations, and communities that are deeply embedded in this work.
Adaptive Outdoor Education Center
Bryant Pond 4H Center
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust
Friends of Acadia
Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Kennebunk Climate Initiative
Lead with Nature
Maine Ag in the Classroom
Maine Coast Heritage Trust
Maine Environmental Education Association
Maine Math and Science Alliance
Maine TREE Foundation/Project Learning Tree
National Park Service
Tanglewood 4H Center
Teens to Trails
The Ecology School
The Nature Conservancy
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Wassookeag Learning Community