The mission of the Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) is to support, inspire and empower a diverse network of individuals with a passion for environmental and outdoor learning.
Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education is a non-profit 501 © 3 membership-based organization led by a Board of Directors.
The environmental educator certification (EEC) program allows new educators and career professionals the opportunity to invigorate and align their program objectives and set personal and professional goals to improve Michigan’s environmental education.
MAEOE is proud to partner with many state and national organizations and agencies to further environmental and outdoor education. These include NAAEE, MSTA, EGLE, & DNR.
Plug your address into the search bar to discover outdoor classrooms and environmental education sites near you— includes nature centers, DNR visitor centers, state and national forests, reserves, conservancies, and much more!
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MAEOE MEET UP
Surf & Turf, MAEOE Style January 29, 2022
Come out west to Wolf Lake Fish Hatchery on Saturday, January 29 at 9:00 am to get a behind-the-scenes tour of the fish hatchery, home to sturgeon, steelhead, and some of the only grayling you can see in Michigan. Then, explore the ponds and grounds with snowshoes for an hour-long hike through their gorgeous grounds. Interpreter Shana Ramsey will lead the way and give you an opportunity to fight the winter blahs with a little surf and turf.
This event is open to MAEOE members and one guest per member.