National Garden Clubs | Environmental Studies Schools

Environmental Studies Schools

Helping Members Become Accomplished Environmental Consultants

The mission statement of the Environmental Studies Schools is to teach environmental literacy to cherish, protect and conserve the living earth. The courses teach participants environmental literacy, appreciation of the natural world, encourages action for sustainable development and appreciation for the interrelation of all natural things. Particular emphasis is presently placed on land conservation, water conservation and air quality.

2014 Environmental Studies Courses

April 10-11, 2014 | Colorado Springs, CO
Course: 3
School Chairman: Gary L. Belew | (719) 266-6246

April 24-25, 2014 | Pleasant Ridge, MI
Course: 4
School Chairman: Gretchen Pugsley | (248) 349-3555

May 20-21, 2014 | Lisle, IL
Course: 2
School Chairman: Leanne McRill (lmcrill@comcast.net) | (630) 213-2249

June 3-4, 2014 | Jean Lafitte, LA
Course: 3
School Chairman: Joe and Cindy Baucum | (504) 689-4243

June 5-6, 2014 | Jean Lafitte, LA
Course: 4
School Chairman: Joe and Cindy Baucum | (504) 689-4243

August 14-15, 2014 | Swanton, MD
Deep Creek Lake State Park | The Discovery Center

Course: 2
School Chairman: Linda Harris | (301) 453-3293

September 16-17, 2014 | Derwood, MD (NCA)
Course: 3
School Chairman: Lydia Barbour | (703) 282-8924

For more information about the Environmental Schools, contact the Chairmen listed for each course, or:
Judy Newman, Chairman Environmental Studies Schools