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1 DOCUMENT RESUME ED SE AUTHOR Meissner, David, Comp. TITLE Border Environmental Education Resource Guide: Southern New Mexico, South Texas, Northern Chihuahua, Northern Coahuila, Northern Nuevo Leon, NorthernTamaultpas = Guia cmrecursos de Educacion Ambiental en la Frontera: Sur de Nuevo Mexico, Sur de Texas, Norte de Chihuahua, Norte de Coahuila, Norte de Nuevo Leon, Norte de Tamaulipas. INSTITUTION Environmental Education Exchange, Tucson, AZ. SPONS AGENCY Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Environmental Education.; World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC. PUB DATE NOTE 196p.; Initially compiled by Elaine Hampton working for the Waste Education Resource consortium. Guide made possible by a grant from the U.S. EPA, Region 6, as part of the U.S.-Mexico Boarder XXI Program. AVAILABLE FROM U.S. EPA, 6WQ-CO, 1445 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75202; Tel: ; PUB TYPE Guides Non-Classroom (055) Reference Materials Directories /Catalogs (132) Multilingual/Bilingual Materials (171) LANGUAGE English, Spanish EDRS PRICE MF01/PC08 Plus Postage. DESCRIPTORS *Ecology; Elementary Secondary Education; *Environment; Environmental Education; Environmental Influences; Foreign Countries; *Internet; Science Projects IDENTIFIERS Mexico (Chihuahua State); Mexico (Nuevo Leon); Mexico (Tamaulipas State); *Mexico United States Border; New Mexico (South); Texas (South) ABSTRACT This guide provides educators and residents of the border with useful information about environmental education program offerings along the eastern half of the United States-Mexico border. The programs listed in the guide represent a broad range of educational efforts focused on understanding the environment and solving environmental problems in the border communities. The guide contains information about environmental education programs offered by organizations in Southern New Mexico, Southern Texas and the Northern reaches of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas. (Mexico) (SAH) Reproductions supplied by EDRS are the best that can be made from the original document.

2 Border Environmental Education Resource Guide: Southern New Mexico, South Texas, Northern Chihuahua, Northern Coahuila, Northern Nuevo Leon, Northern Tamaulipas = Guia de Recursos de Educacion Ambiental en la Frontera: Sur de Nuevo Mexico, Sur de Texas, Norte de Chihuahua, Norte de Coahuila, Norte de Nuevo Leon, Norte de Tamaulipas. David Meissner, Compiler U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Office of Educational Research and Improvement EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC) This document has been reproduced as received from the person or organization originating it. Minor changes have been made to improve reproduction quality Points of view or opinions stated in this document do not necessarily represent official OERI position or policy. BESTCOPYAVAILABLE

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4 E PA United States Environmental Protection Agency ENVIRONMENT-A EDUCATION EXCHANGE Project Background - A Border XXI Initiative: This Border Environmental Education Resource Guide was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6, as part of its U.S.-Mexico Border XXI Program. Border XXI is a comprehensive program designed to achieve a clean environment, protect public health and natural resources, and encourage sustainable development. Funding was also provided through the US EPA's Office of Environmental Education in Washington D.C. The success of Border XXI depends on broad-based binational cooperation and collaboration between federal, state and local governments, Indian tribes, international institutions, educational centers, non-governmental organizations, industry, and grass roots community organizations. The key federal agencies involved in developing and implementing Border XXI are: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Mexico's Secretariat for Environment, Natural Resources and Fisheries (SEMARNAP), the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. and Mexican Sections of the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC), the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Mexico's Secretariat of Health (SSA). Other important federal participants include the U.S. Department of State and Mexico's Secretariat of Foreign Relations, as well as international organizations such as the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission (BECC) and North American Development Bank (NADBank.)" Acknowledgements: The Environmental Education Exchange wishes to acknowledge Amadee Madril, of the EPA in Region VI for her support in the production of the Border Environmental Education Resource Guide. In addition, Drew Burnett from EPA's Washington Office of Environmental Education was instrumental in helping to arrange for the printing of this guide. Special thanks go to Judy Braus and Ethan Taylor with the World Wildlife Fund for providing additional project funding and support. The Border Environmental Education Resource Guide was initially compiled by Elaine Hampton working for the Waste Education Resource Consortium. The Guide was extensively updated and expanded by David Meissner from the Environmental Education Exchange with formatting by Rock) Covarrubias also of the Environmental Education Exchange. The cover for this edition of the guide was designed by Frederic Welterlin from WestEd in San Francisco and formatted by Red Horse Graphics in Tucson. For additional copies or information, contact: Amadee Madril, Environmental Protection Specialist U.S. EPA 6WO-CO 1445 Ross Ave. Dallas, Texas (214) Border XXI is implemented through nine binational Workgroups which include: water, air, hazardous and solid waste, pollution prevention, contingency planning and emergency response, cooperative enforcement and compliance, environmental information resources, natural resources, and environmental health. The Border Environmental Education Resource Guide falls within the objectives of the Environmental Information Resources Workgroup. A vast amount of information exists on the border environment yet it is difficult to access. The Environmental Information Workgroup's goal is to produce comprehensive information resources and the necessary mechanisms to access that information. Its objectives include facilitating information sharing and exchange, providing increased public access to information, establishing an environmental information inventory, and promoting environmental education in border communities. Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

5 Contents Guide New Mexico 1 Texas 17 Chihuahua 43 Coahuila 51 Nuevo Leon 55 Tamaulipas 57 Distrito Federal 61 Thematic Index Introduction 63 New Mexico 65 Texas 71 Chihuahua 79 Coahuila 83 Nuevo Leon 85 Tamaulipas 87 Distrito Federal 89 Organization Index (arranged alphabetically by state and name) New Mexico 91 Texas 92 Chihuahua 94 Coahuila 95 Nuevo Leon 96 Tamaulipas 97 Distrito Federal 98 ii 4 Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

6 Introduction and Overview: Welcome to the Border Environmental Education Resource Guide! The purpose of this guide is to provide educators and residents of the border with useful information about environmental education program offerings along the eastern half of the U.S. Mexico border. ProgramatIstedln-the guide represent a broad range of educational efforts focused on understanding the environment and solving environmental problems in U.S. and Mexican border communities. The guide contains information about environmental education programs offered by organizations in Southern New Mexico, Southern Texas and the Northern reaches of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas. While this guide demonstrates a great diversity of programs and topics covered, it also reveals the common concerns of the border area as a whole. The border region is one impacted by a rapidly growing population linked to increased industrial development. Industrial pollution, urbanization without adequate infrastructure, and heavy traffic flow across the border have all placed tremendous strain on the environment and quality of life in the region. In addition to "traditional" environmental education programs focusing on natural history, wildlife, and ecosystems, many border organizations focus specifically on environmental health issues, preservation of green space, sustainable development, and other related community-based environmental issues. We encourage you to use this guide and discover the wealth of environmental education opportunities and resources available throughout the border region. Expand your horizons beyond your own state or even your own countrytyou'll-encounter-endless possibilities for enriching collaboration or exploration. (Note: when calling Mexico from the U.S., first dial 011 and the country code (52) before dialing the number listed in the contact information. When calling the U.S. from Mexico, dial 001 followed by the number listed.) Information from this guide is also available online at: Because environmental degradation knows no boundaries, it has inspired collaboration between Mexican and U.S. organizations in the border region. Research for this guide revealed the existence of numerous binational committees and coalitions working on issues of mutual concern. The guide was developed in the spirit of cooperation forged by these groups. We hope it will serve as a tool to bring people together to share resources and encourage further partnerships that work toward common solutions to environmental problems in the border region. Information for the guide was gathered through phone, fax, and e- mail. Our area of focus was roughly within 100 kilometers of the border. We strayed further a field on a few occasions because the organizations had offices in state capitals outside the immediate border area or we considered them especially noteworthy. We worked hard to include every organization possible, but if there were any omissions, apologies are in order! Because the guide is intended for use by both U.S. and Mexican residents, it has separate English and Spanish language sections. We realize that many people in the border region are bilingual, but we tried to make the information friendly to those readers who speak/read only one of these languages comfortably. Thus, the organization titles are presented in their original language but translated within each organization's description to facilitate reading for monolingual users. The guide is organized alphabetically by state for the two countries. A thematic index allows readers to reference organizations offering programs on specific topics. Border Environmental Education Resource Guide iii

7 Notable Border EE Projects Training and Environmental Education Materials (TEEM) Building EE Capacity Along the U.S. - Mexico Border The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Mexico's Secretariat for Environment, Natural Resources and Fisheries (SEMARNAP) with the US/Mexico Border XXI Program developed a binational Environmental Education Strategic Plan (EE Plan) for the US/Mexico Border Program that meets one of the objectives in the Border XXI Environmental Information Resource Workgroup. The EE Plan is based on a program development model known as TEEM (Training and Environmental Education Materials). Currently, the TEEM approach is being implemented in EPA's Region IX in Arizona, California, Baja California and Sonora. The TEEM model has a proven track record in building local capacity and empowering communities to play integral roles in protecting their environment and conserving natural resources. The TEEM model is locally driven and based on needs identified by educators who have a first-hand understanding of the issues relevant to their individual communities. The aim of the EE Plan is to establish a network that links U.S. and Mexican EE providers that will be responsible for improving access to EE materials/information, and developing and implementing professional/organizational development activities. The EPA announces a solicitation notice for proposals from education institutions, environmental and educational public agencies, and not-for-profit organizations to assist in the implementation of the EE Plan for the US/Mexico Border in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Region (Brownsville-Matamoros, McAllen-Reynosa, Laredo- Nuevo Laredo and surrounding communities). This solicitation notice and necessary forms are available on line at: Contact: Amadee Madril, U.S. EPA at (214) for more information. Some key goals of the project will be to: Identify priority environmental issues and related environmental literacy needs within communities. Examine options for ways to improve environmental education. Elaborate and or plan strategies, programs, or projects to meet identified needs. Form support networks to help implement strategies, programs or projects. Create a broad base of support that will help monitor program progress, evaluate the impacts, and make the proper adjustments thus sustaining the process into the future. The completion of the Region VI - Environmental Education Resource Guide is the first step in the implementation of the EE Plan along the US/Mexico border. We are pleased to partner with the many organizations that have made this guide a reality. The guide will give you insight into the many environmental education providers including local, state and federal entities, nongovernmental organizations, academia, and private organizations in Southern New Mexico, Southern Texas and the Northern reaches of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas. 6 iv Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

8 Eco-region Based Conservation Planning in the Chihuahuan Desert The World Wildlife Fund looks at the Needs of Environmental Educators in the Region The Chihuahuan Desert is arguably among the richest and most diverse in the world. It's home to more mammal species than the Greater Yellowstone region, more bird species than the Florida Everglades, more reptile species than the Sonoran Desert, and more plant species than the forests of the Pacific Northwest. WWF and its many partners are working to protect this incredibly diverse ecoregion. Our goal is to conserve the full expression of the Chihuahuan's biological diversity, while respecting the needs and aspirations of the people that live in and near this biologically rich site. The Chihuahuan Desert is one of WWFs Global 200a collection of more than 200 of the world's most outstanding terrestrial, freshwater, and marine habitats. These sites include those that harbor the most distinctive or rich biodiversity, those places where biodiversity loss will be most severely felt and where we must fight the hardest for conservation. In the Chihuahuan, we are currently working with other stakeholders in the region to bring decision makers, scientists, economists, educators, local communities, and others together to develop and implement strategies that will protect this unique area for generations to come. From setting aside protected areas to addressing resource use and development issues, WWF will pursue an ambitious agenda focused on policy, communication, habitat protection, and education. An important component of this effort will be exploring how we can best use education to achieve our conservation goals in the region. To get started, we have conducted a needs assessment to identify what's currently happening in environmental education, where the gaps are, who the leaders are, and what people would like to see take place in the future. We believe that education is one of the most effective ways to create long-term change and that by integrating education into our conservation initiatives, we will achieve more sustainable results. If you would like to find out more about WWF's work in the Chihuahuan, including recent efforts to create reserves and sanctuaries in 'the region, visit our Web site at We support this resource guide and other efforts that increase awareness and understanding of the issues and help move people to take appropriate actionat the local, national, and global level. And we look forward to working with educators in the region to help develop a long-term education strategy that will help protect this special place for the future. We also hope to share the lessons we learn in the Chihuahuan with people working in other ecoregions so that we can all learn more about how education and other social strategies can be used most effectively to protect biodiversity and meet human needs. Border Environmental Education Resource Guide 4

9 ALAMEDA PARK ZOO Education Director: Steve Diehl Phone: (505) Fax: (505) N. White Sands Blvd. Alamogordo, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational AudlencerkluttiUniversitsyHigh SchoolTeeneral-PublicTMiddle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: To provide an aesthetically pleasing, naturalistic environment which promotes recreation and learning in conservation and the environmental fields of study. To instill through audio, visual, and tactical means a unity of non-human and human relationships. To provide the public with a professional accredited zoological institution with an emphasis on conservation and preservation. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Video AMIGOS BRAVOS Executive Director: Brian Shields Phone: (505) Fax: (505) http : / /www.newmex.com/amigosbravos P.O. Box 238 Taos, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban Audience: General Public, Community Participation Mission: To restore New Mexico's rivers, and the Rio Grande, to drinkable quality whenever possible, and to contact quality everywhere else; to see that natural flows are maintained, and where those flows have been disrupted by human intervention, regulated to protect and reclaim the river ecosystem; to support environmentally sound, sustainable practices of indigenous cultures. ProgramThemes: Environmental Legislation, Sustainable Development, Marine & Aquatic Resources, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau Special Services: Direct technical assistance to communities and local watershed groups; volunteer opportunities; training citizens for effective participation in public hearings and regulatory processes; engage in diverse education and outreach programs to raise public awareness and interest in river issues and river protection. EE Programs: Our work includes the following projects: Rio Grande Legal Initiative; Red River Reclamation Project; Clean Water initiative; Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Recovery Project New Mexico Rivers Project Somos Vecinos (We Are Neighbors); Rio Costilla Project; Oral History Project on the Rio Grande; Outreach, Education and Networking; Technical Assistance; Membership Project; Volunteer Program. BORDER ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH COALITION President Victoria Simons Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box 134 Mesilla Park, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, Municipal, Urban NEW MEXICO - A/B Audience: Adult/University, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To encourage collaboration between public and private organizations to affect change that will improve the health and environment of the residents of southern New Mexico. The organization consists of members of the community who have expertise In public health, education, public policy, and environmental issues. ProgramThemec-Resource-k4anagement/Conservation, Soil-Conservation, Industrial/Occupational Safety/Hygiene, Sustainable Development, Waste Management/Recycling, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Video BORDER EPIDEMIOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CENTER Director: Hugo L. Vilchis, MD, MPH Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Geothermal Dr. Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, General Public, Community Participation, Teacher Training Mission: To improve the health status of the New Mexico - Chihuahua - west Texas borders population and other border - impact areas. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, IndustriaVOccupational Safety/Hygiene, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/ Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Website BORDER HEALTH OFFICE Epidemiologist Kitty Richards, MS Phone: (505) Fax: (505) kittrich 64 nmsu.edu -bho 1170 N. Solent) Drive, Suite L Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational. Audience: High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation Mission: To improve the health status of the New Mexico population. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Industrial/Occupational Safety/Hygiene, Plants, Water Quality Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Video Special Services: Information, surveillance, research, data collection, clinical preventive services in Colonia areas and for migrant/seasonal farm workers EE Programs: Monitor surface & groundwater resources in border counties, identify & remediate existing contamination sites, perform community environmental health assessment, provide environmental health education to border communities BRANTLEY LAKE STATE PARK Park Ranger II: Ed Schott Phone: (505) Fax: (505) brantley.htm County Rd. 30 Carlsbad, NM Service Area: Rural Audience: High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: Provide leadership in the protection, conservation, management and responsible use of New Mexico's natural resources. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Ecology, Marine & Aquatic Re- Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

10 NEW MEXICO - B/C sources, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Wildlife Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, CARLSBAD Soil Conservationist: Steve Daly Phone: (505) Fax: (505) E. Greene St. Carlsbad, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Video BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, LAS CRUCES Outdoor Recreation Planner: Oswaldo Gomez Phone: (505) (office) or (505) (visitor center) Fax: (505) Marquess Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Regional Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: The purpose of the Bureau of Land Management is to provide multiple-use management of public lands. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Tours, Website 3") BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, ROSWELL Public Affairs Specialist: Howard Parman Phone: (505) Fax: (505) West Second Roswell, NM Service Area: Regional, Urban Audience: General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Ecology, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Tours, Speakers Bureau BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, SOCORRO Senior Wildlife Biologist: Wes Anderson Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Neel Ave Socorro, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Urban Audience: Pre-SchooVEarly Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Land management in multiple use, resource protection, and conservation. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/ Recycling, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Edu -. cation, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK Education Specialist: Janet Ambrose Phone: (505) Fax: (505) http: / /www.nps.gov /cave 3225 National Parks Highway Carlsbad, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Binational Audience: High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Preserve and protect cave resources, the Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem and the Capitan Reef in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, as well as associated natural and cultural resources. Provide a range of opportunities for public use, enjoyment, and understanding while minimizing impacts on park resources and natural processes. Facilitate research to provide a continuum of information in support of park interpretation and management decisions and the general body of scientific knowledge. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, , Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Video, Website CENTER FOR HANDS-ON LEARNING Co-Director: Susan Crisler Phone: (505) Fax: (505) A Frontage Road Rio Rancho, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To encourage broad-based community involvement and cooperation toward improving education in Rio Rancho and the greater New Mexico region. To establish a network of community leaders and organizations to identify and address issues, problems and resources in education for our youth. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Waste Management/ Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Video, Website CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES Director: Jose Z. Garcia Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Box 3LAS, NMSU Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

11 NEW MEXICO - C/E Las Cruces, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General POblic, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission:To enhance Latin American and U.S.-Mexico border studies at NMSU. Program Themes: Sustainable Development, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Water Quality Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Speakers Bureau, Website CHIHUAHUAN DESE T CONSERVATION ALLIANCE Craig C. Cranstons Phone: (505) blm.gov 1017 N. Alameda Carlsbad, NM Service Area: Rural, Municipal Audience: High School, General Public Mission: Promote environmental awareness, conservation and protection in the Chihuahuan Desert. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife. Materials Available: , Newsletter, Training Workshops Special Services: Riparian restoration of the island at 6-mile dam and Torris area below the dam. Education of the students, mainly at the high school and college level, on environmental issues. CHIHUAHUAN DESERT NATURE PARK Executive Director: Stephanie Bestelmeyer Phone: (505) Fax: (505) PO. Box 891 Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: The Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park is dedicated to improving the ability of a growing population to live successfully and sustainably in the Chihuahuan Desert. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, , Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE Program Manager: Ondrea Linderoth- Hummel Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Los Picaros Rd. SE Albuquerque, NM Service Area: Rural, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Preservation, restoration, and protection of all 27,500 acres of Border Environmental Education Resource Guide open space land including acres of RGVSP between Sandia and Isleta pueblos. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry Soil Conservation, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental- Education; Wildlife Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, , Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Video CITY OF ROCKS STATE PARK Park Ranger I: Rayna Bennett Phone: (505) Fax: (505) PO. Box 50 Faywood, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Binational Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Protection of natural resources within the state park boundaries and education of the public on the importance of protecting and conserving New Mexico's resources. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Video, Website DONA ANA COUNTY UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE Soil Conservationist: Barbara Peregrino Phone: (505) Fax: (505) N. Telshor Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To educate the public about soil and water conservation, water, soil, and air quality. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Training Workshops, Tours, Website Special Services: Technical assistance for ditch design, land leveling, nutrient and pest management, irrigation water management EE programs: Holistic irrigation technology, sustainable agronomic practices ELEPHANT BUTTE IRRIGATION DISTRICT Special Projects Coordinator/Safety Director: Michael Riley Phone: (505) Las Cruces, (505) Hatch, (505) Anthony or (915) Fax: (505) South Melendres Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, State, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Supply surface irrigation water to our constituents on 90,640 acres. Operate and maintain -600 miles of canals, laterals, and drains. Protect the agricultural water supply. nu 3

12 NEW MEXICO - EIH Program Themes: Earth Sciences, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environnient, Water Quality, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Newsletter, Tours, Speakers Bureau ELEPHANT BUTTE LAKE STATE PARK Interpretive Ranger II: Chris Bolen Phone: (505) riolink.com 101 Highway 195 Elephant Butte, New Mexico Audience: General Public, Middle School, Elementary School Mission: The mission of New Mexico State Parks is to protect and enhance natural resources, provide recreational facilities, and opportunities, end promote public safety and education to benefit and enrich the lives of visitors. ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF NEW MEXICO Board Member: Dr. Miguel Ucona Phone: (915) Fax: (915) mliconagminers.utep.edu http: / /www.eea.nm.org P.O. Box Albuquerque, NM Type: Nonprofit, volunteer Service Area: New Mexico Audience: Preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, adults/university, teacher training, community participation, general public Mission: To promote and enhance environmental education in New Mexico and provide support for those people who are involved in environmental education. As a statewide organization, EEANM supports the goal of providing opportunities for all New Mexicans to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes, and commitment needed to improve our environment Program Themes: Cultural awareness, desert ecology, environment, environmental education, environmental legislation, forestry, nature awareness, wildlife Materials Available: Training workshops, website, curricula, newsletter, conferences Special Services: Workshops for nonformal educators about educational reform, state and national standards, and quality educational practices. Statewide conference. GILA NATIONAL FOREST, CONSERVATION EDUCATION PROGRAM Forest Education Specialist Alice Cohen Phone: (505) Fax (505) acohen/r3_gila efs.fed.us E. Camino del Bosque Silver City, NM Service Area: Southwest New Mexico, extended to the states of New Mexico and Arizona Audience: Kindergarten through adult Program Themes: The Forest Conservation Education Program provides programs on any variety of topics relating to National Forest resources, emphasizing increased understanding of and appreciation for the resources. Materials Available: All materials provided by the regional or national levels of the Forest Service may be made available through the Forest. Materials produced and made available on the Forest include The Gila Wilderness Trunk curriculum for middle schools, the "Wilderness Benefits Us All* poster, and the Elementary Wilderness Activity Booklet. Available on loan are a number of natural resource videos, a variety of environmental education materials and resources, and manipulatives relating to Forest resources. Special Services: Annual Nature Walk Series-monthly walks on Forest resource topics during the summer months; Super Stewards Program-1st through 3rd graders, adopt-a-site program including recommended classroom activities, Forest Service-led nature walks at the adopted site, and clean-up of the site; Gila Wilderness Trunk Teacher Workshops-all day interactive workshop providing background on National Wilderness areas and interaction with the curriculum, activities, and materials, 4-6 all day workshops offered per year; Programs by request: classroom and field programs relating to forest resources. HAWKS ALOFT, INC. Education Director: Marguerite Hendrie Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box Albuquerque, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban Audience: Pre-SchooVEarly Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: To conserve indigenous wild birds and their habitats through education and research. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Water Availability/ Supply, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Website HIDALGO COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE County Program Director/Agriculture Agent Charles Siepel Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box 251 Lordsburg, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Municipal Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, AduWUniversity, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: "...to aid in diffusing among the people of Hidalgo County useful and practical information on subjects relating to agriculture and home economics, and to encourage the application of the same..." Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Video EE Programs: Chemical and natural resource management HIDALGO COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT Chairman and Administrative Assistant David Ramos or Marlene Siepel Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Duncan Hwy. Lordsburg, NM 88045, subdivision, special district Service Area: Southwest corner, "boot-heel of New Mexico, all of Hidalgo County and a small portion of Grant County 4 Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

13 NEW MEXICO - Audience: Any conservation of natural resources need based audience Mission: To develop and improve our natural resources of soil and water through enhanced conservation practices by providing technical assistance, conservation education, and governmental interagency mediation for the benefit of the natural resources owners and managers within the boundaries of the Hidalgo Soil and Water Conservation Dis- Met. Program Themes: Conservation education: water quality, soils, noxious weeds, backyard conservation, tree plantings, conservation careers Materials Available: Access to hand-out materials, seedlings for tree plantings, and free audio visuals EE Programs: We have done outdoor dassrooms and area and local agricultural conservation workshops. INTERHEMISPHERIC RESOURCE CENTER (IRC) Project Director/ Communications Director: George Kourous/ Debra Rose Phone: (505) Fax: (505) george irc-online.org, incitra6pzianet.com P.O. Box 2178 Silver City NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, General Public, Community Participation Mission: Provide information and progressive analysis to citizens, activists and policymakers regarding U.S. foreign policy, environmental and economic justice, and sustainable development in a crossborder, internationalist context, and to respond to the needs of border citizens with appropriate and useful information related to the struggle for environmental, social, and economic justice on the border. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Forestry, Industrial/Occupational Safety/Hygiene, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Newsletter, Website Special Services: The INCITRA database, extensive database of publications, websites, other information types, and contacts. Fully searchable and soon to be online; INCITRA Information Support: INCITRA responds to requests for information on a case-by-case basis working with clients to determine information needs and respond with relevant Information in multiple formats; INCITRA training on Internet use and Information acquisition in a borderlands context. EE Programs: Research and education, as above; also, occasional written policy advocacy/critiques (in addition to borderlines). Via the Foreign Policy In Focus Program: topical briefs on U.S. foreign policy and international trade issues. *se JORNADA EXPERIMENTAL RANGE Supervisory Scientist Kris Haystad Phone: (505) Fax: (505) E. College St Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Elementary School Mission: As a unit of the USDA Agricultural Research Service, we are a long-term ecological research site of the National Science Foundation and a Biosphere Reserve of the United Nations' Man and the Biosphere Program. Our research is highly diverse. Basic research in desert ecology. Applied research In natural resource management. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecoi- ogy, Soil Conservation, Sustainable Development, Ecology Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Training Workshops, Tours JORNADA-RESOURCE-CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Coordinator: Mario Morales Phone: (505) Fax: (505) httplavww.nrcs.usda.gov 1065 S. Main Las Cruces, NM Type: Government Service Area: All counties in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California that border with Mexico. Audience: Agricultural communities Program Themes: Natural resource conservation, community development to lead to sustainable communities, local leadership providing program decision making, strengthening local citizens' abilities to utilize available sources of assistance through USDA agency partnerships EE Programs: implement farm conservation practices, conserve and restore wetlands, protect groundwater resources, help developers and homeowners manage the land in an environmentally sensitive manner, teach the value of natural resources KEEP LAS CRUCES BEAUTIFUL Coordinator: Carol McCall Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Municipal Audience: General Public, Community Participation Mission: KLCB is committed to litter control beautification and environmental education by providing volunteer programs for the public. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Books, Speakers Bureau KEEP NEW MEXICO BEAUTIFUL Helen Hayes Phone: (505) P.O. Box Albuquerque, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: New Mexico Mission: The purpose of the Keep New Mexico Beautiful program is to promote and create a cleaner natural environment in the state of New Mexico. Materials Available: Teacher materials, newsletter, student handouts, general information brochures Special Services: Volunteer program, speakers available, membership LAS CRUCES MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Education Curator: Randy C. Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Telshor Blvd., Mesilla Valley Mall Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Regional, Municipal Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, High School, General Pudic, Middle School, Elementary School Mission: The Las Cruces Museum of Natural History puts natural history at the visitors' fingertips through a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits. We encourage a better understanding of the natural world around us. Border Environmental Education Resource Guide 12 5

14 NEW MEXICO - L/N Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Tours LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS' CENTER Director of Staff Development Karin Matray Phone: (505) Fax: (505) S. Main St., Suite 249 Las Cruces, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: State, urban, regional Mission: The Teachers' Center provides the support and resources to empower educators at all levels to meet their personal and professional self development needs for the benefit of themselves, children, and the community. Audience: Pre-school, elementary school, middle school, high school, teacher training, and community participation ProgramThemes: Agriculture, cultural awareness, desert ecology, earth sciences, ecology, ecosystems, environment, plants, waste management, water quality, wildlife Materials Available: Training workshops LEASBURG STATE PARK Park Manager: Stan Ellis Phone: (505) Fax: (505) SEllise state.nm.us State Park Road Las Cruces, New Mexico Service Area: Rural, Regional, Municipal, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: Provide leadership in the protection, conservation, management, and responsible use of New Mexico's natural resources. Materials Available: Books, Tours LINCOLN NATIONAL FOREST Customer Service Representative: Mona K Fredrick Phone: (505) Fax: (505) New York Avenue Alamogordo, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, General Public, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To Care for the Land and Serve People Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau LIVING DESERT STATE PARK Coordinator of Docent Program: Susan B. Young Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Miehls Dr. Carlsbad, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, High School, General Public, Middle School; Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To provide a zoological park and botanical garden for the citizens of New Mexico which will enhance the recreational resources of the state, while making significant contributions to species conservation, biodiversity, and advancements in up-to-date environmental technology through public education and propagation of native species. Program Themes: Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Tours MESILLA VALLEY COW BELLES Johnette Fowler/ Vicky Gave Phone: (505) or (505) P.O. Box 433 Mesilla Park, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: New Mexico Audience: K-5 Mission: Mesilla Valley Cow Belles is a non-profit group of women in agriculture. Realizing that many of today's children - tomorrow's leaders - are in many cases three generations removed from the land and therefore have little understanding of the sources of their food and fiber, our goal is to help them regain this lost understanding through scientifically valid educational lessons that explain how responsible farm and ranch management contribute to environmental enhancement Program Themes: Agriculture awareness Materials Available: Resource library, teacher materials, student handouts, general information brochures, specimens/equipment for loan, agricultural awareness resource guide Special Services: Speakers available, meeting/classroom(s) MIDDLE RIO GRANDE WATER ASSEMBLY Susan Gorman Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box 9844 Albuquerque, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, Municipal, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation Mission: Through an open, inclusive and participatory process, to develop a plan of sustainable water management strategies for the Middle Rio Grande Region and establish a process to implement the plan. Program Themes: Sustainable Development, Marine & Aquatic Resources, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Water Quality Materials Available: Newsletter, Speakers Bureau NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY, NEW MEXICO. Education Specialist Lauren Parmelee. Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Upper Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre-SchooVEarly Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary 6 13 Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

15 NEW MEXICO - N School, Teacher Training Mission: The NMBM&MR is a non-regulatory state agency whose mis- Mission: The mission of the Randall Davey Audubon Center is to en- sion is to study, evaluate, publish, and distribute reliable information on hence the knowledge base of the citizens of New Mexico to positively the geology, mineral and energy resources, and extractive metallurgy of impact the environment and to empower them to be active stewards of the state. This information is used by federal, state, and local agencies, the land. public organizations, private industry, and individual citizens to make Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ informed decisions about resource development and management, land- Conservation, Desert Ecology Ecology, Waste Management/Recyding, use, environmental impacts, natural hazard assessment and waste Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nature Awareness_Water_Com disposar servatityn, Eirvironment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Earth Sci- Pollution Prevention, Wildlife ences, Mineral Resources and Mining, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, , Newsletter, Training Work- Resources, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Website mental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Website NATIONAL PARK SERVICE U.S. - MEXICO AFFAIRS OFFICE Associate Director: Ramon Olivas Phone: (505) ext 6824 Fax: (505) ramon_olivasenps.gov NMSU Box 30001/ Dept. MEAF Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Community Participation, Teacher Training Mission: To strengthen cooperation between the United States National Park Service and the Republic of Mexico for the design and implementation of strategies for the conservation of natural and cultural heritage shared by both countries. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: E -mail, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Video, Website NEW MEXICO AGRICULTURE IN THE CLASSROOM Jennifer Hopper Phone: (505) Fax: (505) zianetcom P.O. Box Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, State, Urban Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, AduWUniversity, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: 1) To increase knowledge about the true origins of food and fiber. 2) Assist educators in teaching math, science, history, language arts, and all required subjects by using hands-on, real life lessons. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, , Tiaining Workshops, Tours, Website NEW MEXICO BUREAU OF MINES AND MINERAL RESOURCES Manager of the Geologic Extension Service: Susan Welch Phone: (505) LeRoy Socorro, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Urban Audience: Adutt/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISH Acting Coordinator Conservation Education Section: Kevin Holladay Phone: (505) Fax: (505) PO. Box Santa Fe, NM Service Area: New Mexico Audience: Educators K-12, students, general public Program Themes: Wildlife and humans share environments and have similar needs. Wildlife is one of our basic natural resources along with water, air, minerals, soil, and plant life. Good habitat is the key to wildlife survival. Wildlife has ecological, aesthetic, social, spiritual, and economic value. Human cultures and societies, past and present, affect and are affected by wildlife and its habitat. Materials Available: Resource library, teacher manuals, newsletter, student hands-outs, general information brochures, posters, coloring books, educational wildlife trunks, animal track kits, water quality testing kits Special Services: Volunteer programs, speakers available, educational workshops, thematic units on wildlife and wildlife habitat EE Programs: Project WILD, Aquatic WILD workshops, Schoolyard Wildlife Habitat Action Grant program and workshops, Fishing Clinic and Skills workshop, Watershed Watch program, Aquatic Investigations, Advanced Project WILD, Natural History Weekends NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT Policy Analyst: Gedi Cibas, Ph.D. Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Harold S. Runnels Building, 1190 St. Francis Drive Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Urban Audience: General Public, Community Participation Mission: To preserve, protect, and perpetuate New Mexico's environment for present and future generations. Program Themes: Waste Management/Recycling, Water Availability/ Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Books, , Newsletter, Training Workshops NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, AIR QUALITY Health Program Manager: Fabian Macias Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Fabian nmenv.state.nm.us St. Francis Drive Santa Fe, NM Service Area: New Mexico Audience: Permit applicants, consultants, general public Materials Available: Brochures & fact sheets from EPA, 1-3 year annual report on Air Quality Data for the general public Border Environmental Education Resource Guide 14 7

16 NEW MEXICO - N Special Services: Health advisory information on particulate matter in Dona Ana County NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, DRINKING WATER Bureau Chief: Robert Gallegos Phone: (505) ext 1019 Fax: (505) Camino de los Marquez Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Implement Federal Safe Drinking Water Act in the State of New Mexico Program Themes: Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education Materials Available: , Newsletter NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, GROUNDWATER QUALITY BUREAU Water Resource Specialist Jennifer Parker Phone: (505) Fax: (505) http.//www.nmenv.state.nm.us P.O. Box 26110, 1190 St Francis Dr. Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: Our mission is to preserve, protect, and improve New Mexico's groundwater quality for present and future generations. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Website NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, HAZARDOUS WASTE BUREAU Program Manager: Debbie Brinkehoff Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Assure hazardous waste is generated, stored, treated, and disposed of properly. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Water Availability/Supply, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Books, Training Workshops NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, RECYCLE Catherine Tyson Phone: (505) Fax: (505) St Francis Dr. Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: The New Mexico Environment Department mission is to preserve, protect, and perpetuate New Mexico's environment for present and future generations. Program Themes: Waste Management/Recycling, Energy Resources, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT, SOLID WASTE BUREAU Jim Condiss Phone: (505) Fax: (505) St. Francis Dr. Santa Fe, NM Mission: The mission of the New Mexico Environment Department's Solid Waste Bureau is educational outreach. Program Themes: New Mexico Solid Waste Management programs include seminars/presentations on recycling, composting, source waste reduction, household hazardous waste, SWM regionalization, financial assurance mechanisms, and landfill closure requirements. NEW MEXICO FARM AND RANCH HERITAGE MUSEUM Director of Education: Dalene Hickam Phone: (505) ext 103 Fax: (505) Dripping Springs Road Las Cruces, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban, Binational Audience: Pre- School/Early Childhood, AduIVUniversity, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: Agricultural history Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Newsletter, Tours, Video, Website NEW MEXICO FORESTRY & RESOURCES CONSERVATION DIVISION District Forester: Doug Boykin Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Enterprise. Socorro, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban Audience: Pre-SchooVEarly Childhood, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: Provide leadership in the protection, conservation, management and responsible use of New Mexico's natural resources. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Ecology, Ecosystems, Energy Resources, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE Ecology Education Coordinator: Tim Aydelott Phone: (505) Fax: (505) nmmnh.state.nm.us 15 Bonier Environmental Education Resource Guide

17 1801 Mountain Road NW Albuquerque, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban Audience: High School, Middle School, Teacher Training Mission: To create a state museum of natural history and physical sciences which shall collect, preserve, study and interpret materials representative of the state and region and develop and maintain educa NE_w tional_axhibitsand-programs-ormaturehistory-and-physical science for the benefit of the citizens of New Mexico and visitors to the state. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, , Training Workshops, Video, Website NEW MEXICO - N and source reduction of pollution. ProgramThemes: Earth Sciences, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Website -MEXIC-0-STATE-441-PROGRAM 4-H Agriculture/Natural Resource Coordinator: Roy Vaughn Phone: (505) Fax: (505) NMSU BOX 3AE Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Statewide Audience: K-12. Program Themes: Outdoor Biology Instructional Strategies. Programs continuously change. We are in the process of developing programs for children who are 5 to 8 years old. Materials Available: Teacher materials, student handouts, general information brochures Special Services: Volunteer program, membership NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE STATE ENGINEER, WATER USE AND CONSERVATION BUREAU Water Conservation Coordinator: Alice Darilek Phone: WATER-NM Fax: (505) Bataan Building, Room 130 Santa Fe, NM Service Area: State Audience: Adutt/UniversIty, High School, General Public, Middle School, Elementary School Mission: Provide water conservation education and technical assistance. Program Themes: Water Conservation Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau, Video, Website NEW MEXICO PROJECT LEARNING TREE Teri Zubchenok Phone: (505) P.O. Box 1948 Santa Fe, NM Mission: Project Learning Tree is designed for teachers and other educators working with students in prekindergarten through grade 12. PLT uses the forest as a "window to the world to increase students' understanding of our complex environment, stimulate critical and creative thinking skills, develop abilities to make informed decisions in environmental issues, and instill the confidence and commitment to take responsible action on them. NEW MEXICO PROJECT WET (WATER EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS) State Coordinator: Bryan Swain Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Box MSC WERC Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: Adult/University, Teacher Training Mission: To expand the nation's resources to address Issues related to management of waste by providing educational and technological support in the areas of waste management, environmental remediation, NEW MEXICO STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Learning Technologies: Stephen Sanchez Phone: (505) Don Gaspar Santa Fe, NM Mission: The New Mexico State Department of Education serves as a resource to New Mexico teachers by referring teachers to organizations that provide environmental education programs. NEW MEXICO STATE LAND OFFICE Commissioner: Olivia Ximenes Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box 1148 Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: Generate revenues and promote stewardship of trust lands. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available:Teachers' Guide, E -mail, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau NEW MEXICO STATE PARKS Natural Resource Planner: Steve Cary Phone: (505) Fax: (505) S. Pacheo Street Santa Fe, NM Service Area: State Audience: General Public Mission: To protect and enhance natural resources, provide recreational facilities and opportunities, and promote public safety and education to benefit and enrich the lives of visitors. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Marine & Aquatic Resources, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Border Environmental Education Resource Guide 16 9

18 NEW MEXICO -N Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Wildlife Materials Available: Training Workshops, Tours, Video NMSU AGRICULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS Department Head: Terry Canup Phone: (505) Fax: (505) tcanup 0 nmsu.edu NMSU P.O. Box 3003, MSC 3AI Las Cruces, NM Type: educational institution Service Area: New Mexico and and lands Audience: General public, teachers, students, agriculturists, natural resource managers Program Themes: natural resource education Materials Available: Videos - 'Green Gold," 'White Sands, White Wilderness,* 'Chiricauhuas: Mountain Islands in the Desert,' 'Survivors in the Sand,' "Bosque del Apache: Rio Grande Flyway," 'Sal: Who Needs It?' Also web sites (with partners - 'Seeds of Change Garden Site,' 'Desert Digital Library," and CD-ROM "Crazy About Corn." Special Services: video and multimedia production NMSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, CHAVES COUNTY James Duffy Phone: (505) Fax: (505) nmsu.edu 200 E. Chisum #4 Roswell, NM Service Area: Rural, Urban Audience: Preschool, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, Adults/University, Teacher Training, General Public. Program Themes: Environmental legislation, resource administration, soil conservation, earth sciences, sustainable development, waste management, water availability, water conservation, environment, plants, water quality, environmental education, wildlife. Materials Available: Newsletter, training workshops, video. NMSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, LAS CRUCES Associate Dean and Director: Billy Dictson Phone: (505) Fax: (505) bdictson nmsu.edu Home Economics/4-H Box 3AE, NMSU Las Cruces, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To help the people of NM use research based information to improve the quality of their lives. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/ Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Computer Software, Teachers' Guide, , Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Video, Website Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: To provide our clientele with research based educational programs in the areas of 4-H, Home Economics and Community Development Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Industrial/Occupational Safety/Hygiene, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Computer Software, , Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Video, Website NMSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, OTERO COUNTY County Extension Agent- 4H and Agriculture: Sandra Copeland Phone: (505) Fax: (505) Fairgrounds Rd. Alamogordo, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban Audience: Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: To help New Mexicans use research-based knowledge to improve the quality of their lives. Extension administers the 4-H youth program, and provides expertise in agriculture, gardening, home economics, and rural economic development. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Energy Resources, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Speakers Bureau, Video NEW MEXICO WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE (WRRI) Director: Dr. Bobby Creel Phone: (505) Fax: (505) bcreel wrri.nmsu.edu http: / /www.wrri.nmsu.edu New Mexico State University, Box 30001, Dept Las Cruces, NM Type: Educational Institution Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Adult/University, General Public, Community Participation, Teacher Training Mission: The mission of the WRRI is to develop and disseminate knowledge to assist New Mexico and the nation in solving water problems. By funding research and demonstration projects, the institute utilizes the knowledge and experience of researchers throughout the state. ProgramThemes: Resource Management/Conservation, Forestry, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Waste Management/Recycling, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Newsletter, Website NMSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, LINCOLN COUNTY 4-H / Ag. Agent: Pete Gnatkowski Phone: (505) Fax: (505) PO. Box 217 Carrizozo, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Municipal, Urban Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

19 NEW MEXICO - N NEW MEXICO WATERSHED WATCH Bill Fleming Phone: (505) Trail Cross Santa Fe, NM Type: Government Audience: grades 6-12 Mission: New Mexico_Water_Watch-is-a-pilot-program-that grew out of the highly successful Project WILD and Aquatic WILD education programs. Working to build a cooperative network of schools and state agencies with an interest in water quality, Water Watch schools have participated in projects such as Project del Rio. Materials Available: Teacher materials, Student handouts, general information brochures, specimens and equipment for loan NEW MEXICO WILDLIFE WEST NATURE PARK Executive Director: Roger Alink Phone: (505) Fax: (505) N. Frontage Rd. Edgewood, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Statewide Audience: Preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, adult/university, teacher training, community participation, general public Mission: Wildlife West Nature Park is dedicated to the preservation of the rich heritage of native New Mexico wildlife and its habitat through education, scientific research and the sponsorship of a wildlife park. Program Themes: Desert ecology, earth sciences, ecology, ecosystems, energy resources, environment, environmental education, nature awareness, plants, soil conservation, water conservation, wildlife Materials Available: Tours, newsletters, speakers bureau NORTH AMERICAN INSTITUTE (NAMI) David Griscom Phone: (505) Fax: (505) northamericaninstitute.org 708 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe; NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban, Binational Audience: General Public, Community Participation Mission: NAMI's mission is to examine all aspects of the North American regional relationship, recognizing the challenges facing the governments, peoples and cultures of North America, and to develop better approaches to this changing relationship. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Water Availability/Supply, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention Materials Available: Books, Newsletter, Speakers Bureau, Website OLIVER LEE MEMORIAL STATE PARK Ranger I: Charles W. Wood Phone: (505) Fax: (505) state.nm.us 409 Dog Canyon Rd. Alamogordo, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, AduWUniversity, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary Border Environmental Education Resource Guide School Mission: The State Parks and Recreation Department will protect and enhance natural resources, provide recreational facilities and opportunities and promote public safety and education to benefit and enrich the lives of visitors. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment. Plants, Water-Quality,-Wildlife Mitiiiials Available: Tours, Video, Website OTERO SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT District Assistant: Vicky Milne Phone: (505) Fax: (505) N. White Sands Blvd. Alamogordo, NM Service Area: Rural, Urban Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, AduWUniversity, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Sustainable Development, Ecology, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Tours, Video PROJECT DEL RIO Director: Lisa LaRocque Phone: (505) Fax: (505) zianet.com 1494A South Solano Las Cruces, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, Urban, Binational Audience: High School, Middle School, Community Participation, Teacher Training Mission: Project del Rio seeks to improve education through a global network that promotes watershed stewardship. Program Themes: Sustainable Development, Water Availability/Supply, Water Conservation, Water Quality Environmental Education Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Training Workshops, Website PROJECT WILD, CONSERVATION SERVICES Acting Coordinator Conservation Education Section: Kevin Holladay Phone: (505) Fax: (505) P.O. Box Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, Regional,' State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre- School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission:The Conservation Education Section will provide wildlife-based conservation education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources for the citizens of New Mexico Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Desert Ecology, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Books, Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Traitting Workshops, Speakers Bureau, Website 18 11

20 NEW MEXICO - Ft/S RIO GRANDE NATURE CENTER STATE PARK Assistant Manager/Education Coordinator: Rebecca Tydings Phone: (505) Fax: (505) natrcent unm.edu Candelaria NW Albuquerque, NM Service Area: Regional, State,Urtan - Audience: Pre-School/Early Childhood, Adult/University, High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To preserve and protect the Rio Grande Bosque and educate the public about the importance of the river and its environs. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Ecology, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nature Awareness, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water. Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Teachers' Guide, Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Website.. RIO GRANDE RESTORATION Executive Director: Steve Harris Phone: (505) Fax: (505) uncle rgr laplaza.ort P.O. Box 1612 El Prado, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Regional, State, Binational Audience: High School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School Mission: To restore the Rio Grande to health by supplying an improved flow of water. Program Themes: Earth Sciences, Ecology, Marine & Aquatic Resources, Ecosystems, Water Availability/Supply, Nakao Awareness, Water Conservation, plants, Water Quality Environmental Education, Pollution Prevention, Wildlife Materials Available: Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Speakers Bureau, Website RURAL COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE CORPORATION Rural Development Specialist: Martin Lopez Phone: (505) Fax: (505) mlopez rcac.org P.O. Box 126 Mesilla Park, NM Type: Private, non -profit organization Service Area: Rural areas of New Mexico Including Indian Tribes Audience: small communities, community boards, councils, wastewater and drinking water treatment facilities Mission: To improve the quality of life for rural communities and disadvantaged people through partnerships, technical assistance and access to resources. Program Themes: community assessment and planning, technical assistance, access to resources in wastewater, drinking water, solid waste, and low-income housing Materials Available: numerous documents and videotapes on wastewater, drinking water, housing, solid waste management and recycling EE Programs: Emphasis on technical assistance and community assessments related to water and waste issues SIERRA CLUB, RIO GRANDE CHAPTER Gwen Wardwell Phone: (505) edenland Cearthlink.net 945 Camino de Chelly Santa Fe, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: New Mexico, West Texas region of the Desert Southwest Audience: all citizens Mission: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives. Program Themes: Critical ecoregions, sustainable communities, guide to the outdoors, political action, resources Materials Available: Newsletters, Rio Grande Sierra," directories. Call to get more materials Special Services: Field trips SIERRA SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT District Coordinator: Merry Jo Fahl Phone: (505) Fax: (505) S. Broadway Santa Fe, NM Service Area: Rural, State, Municipal, Urban Audience: Pre-SchooVEarly Childhood, Adult/University, High. School, General Public, Middle School, Community Participation, Elementary School, Teacher Training Mission: To educate the public on the need of conservation ofour natural resources for a sustained, beneficial present and future use. Program Themes: Resource Management/Conservation, Forestry, Soil Conservation, Earth Sciences, Sustainable Development, Ecosystems, Mineral Resources and Mining, Water Conservation, Environment, Plants, Water Quality, Environmental Education, Wildlife Materials Available: Newsletter, Tours SKY ISLAND ALLIANCE Susie Brandes Phone: (520) u.arizona.edu http: / /www.lobo.net/- skisland Hwy 337 Tijeras, NM Type: Nonprofit Service Area: Rural, Regional, State, Urban, Binational Audience: General Public, Community Participation Mission: Sky Island Alliance is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of native biological diversity in the Sky Islands of Southwestern New Mexico and Southeastern Arizona. These "mountain islands" are among the most diverse ecosystems in North America due to their topographic complexity and unique location at the meeting point of several major desert and forest biological provinces..we conduct scientific research to provide a better basis for management and disseminate this information through environmental education programs. Program Themes: Environmental Legislation, Resource Management/ Conservation, Desert Ecology, Earth Sciences, Ecosystems, Water Conservation, Environment, Wildlife Materials Available: , Newsletter, Training Workshops, Tours, Website SOUTHERN AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER, BORDER HEALTH EDUCATION TRAINING CENTER Program Coordinator: Daryl T. Smith, MPH Phone: (505) Fax: (505) darysinitenmsu.edu Border Environmental Education Resource Guide

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