Who We Are

Utah Society for Environmental Education is the only organization working to elevate the field of environmental education (EE) in the Beehive State.

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Last Year's Highlights

75+
attendants learned about community building at our Annual Environmental Education Conference
300
educators participated in our development and workshops
590
individuals interacted with USEE through our outreach events
11
youth, individuals, programs and businesses recognized in our Annual Environmental Education Awards Program
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Programs & Workshops

USEE’s Professional Development Workshops train educators in environmental education.

We teach educators how to engage with and draw upon their community in learning about and taking action to address local environmental issues.

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Our mission: “USEE promotes excellence in environmental education and community engagement to connect all Utahns to their natural world.”

We are a membership-based organization working throughout the state, and we need your support to promote Utah’s environmental education. 

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Latest Updates

  • May 12, 2021

    We have some exciting news to share...in-person events and workshops are back! 

    After over a year of online programming, we are so excited to bring our professional development workshops and partner ...

  • April 2, 2021

    Help USEE Develop an Environmental Literacy Plan for Utah! 

    “An environmentally literate person is someone who, both individually and together with others, makes informed decisions concerning the ...

  • March 16, 2021

    Get out into nature and Explore Your Outdoors with the Utah Society for Environmental Education! This spring, join us virtually and at Tracy Aviary's Jordan River Nature Center for a series of talks ...

  • January 21, 2021

    You're invited to learn with USEE this year!

    Our 2021 Webinar Series will feature guest speakers and topics relevant to practicing environmental educators, classroom teachers, and the ...

  • December 15, 2020

    It's hard to believe that this wild year is finally coming to a close! We are reflecting on the past few months and looking forward to a brighter future ahead. 

    A few of Utah's environmental ...

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