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Students & Teachers in New England

Regional/National Programs

  1. Paul G. Keough Earth Artists Program
    This an EPA regional contest for students in kindergarten through sixth grade from the six New England states. The program is designed to bring environmental education into the classroom through creative learning. Approximately 1,000 teachers and thousands of grades K-6 students participated in 1998. The entry deadline for the annual program is late-March. Award ceremonies will be held in each New England state in the late spring.

    Contact:

    Kristen Conroy (conroy.kristen@epa.gov)
    Environmental Protection Agency
    5 Post Office Square, Suite 100
    Mail Code: ORA01-1
    Boston, MA 02109-3912
    (617) 918-1069
  2. EPA's President's Environmental Youth Awards
    This is an EPA national program encouraging individuals, classes, schools, summer camps and youth groups to promote local environmental awareness and action. The first place winner from New England will receive recognition from the EPA in Washington, DC to receive an award.

    For information on both of these programs please contact:

    Nancy Grantham (grantham.nancy@epa.gov)
    Environmental Protection Agency
    5 Post Office Square, Suite 100
    Mail Code: ORA01-3
    Boston, MA 02109-3912
    (617) 918-1101

  3. The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program  Exit EPA. Click for disclaimer.
    This is a worldwide science and education program, sponsored by the White House, which coordinates the work of students, teachers, and scientists to study and understand the global environment. GLOBE is an international partnership, involving countries around the world.

    The Globe Program
    744 Jackson Place, NW
    Washington, D.C. 20503
    (202) 395-7600

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