If you want to make a difference, consider volunteering to educate students and community groups about the importance of being good environmental stewards. We are currently accepting applications for the Master Environmental Education Program until May 1. The Master Environmental Education Program began in 1994. It was created to help residents have a better understanding and appreciation for the environment in their own backyards.
Previous teaching experience or environmental knowledge is not required. We will provide the information, training, and resource materials you will need to present educational programs. The volunteers present programs on these topics: aquatic nuisance species, backyard wildlife habitat, energy, groundwater pollution, invasive plant species, nonpoint source pollution, recycling, and the water cycle. To request an application, contact the Baldwin County Extension Office.