Welcome to AEEA!

AEEA is a networking and information
Arkansas Environmental Education Associationbased organization that works with educators, students, business, government, and the general public to increase the awareness and knowledge about the environment.

AEEA works with environmental education (EE) providers to promote programs and increase capacity building of EE programs in Arkansas. Information is provided through AEEA’s newsletter, The Natural State, meetings and workshops, and the biennial EE Expo.
AEEA is the only statewide network of environmental educators. By promoting EE we have a more environmentally literate public which provides a better understanding on how we keep Arkansas the Natural State. AEEA’s purpose is to promote and advocate for environmental education which incorporates a number of disciplines including conservation and natural resource education.

NAAEE LogoAEEA is proud to serve as the Arkansas affiliate of the North America Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). The Affiliate Network promotes collaboration for maximum effectiveness and efficiency and a unified voice for Environmental Education across North America and beyond.” For more information on NAAEE click the logo to the right.


 AEEA Calendar of EE

Submit your events to info@arkansasee.org to be posted on the calendar.


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Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission
Bluing is an interesting phenomenon that can be observed in some bolete mushrooms. When the mushroom is bruised or broken pulvinic acid quickly oxidizes, turning its flesh from yellow to blue right before your eyes. On more delicate specimens, gently rubbing your finger along the underside of the cap is enough to cause the oxidation to occur. Bluing is a distinctive characteristic that is helpful in mushroom identification. Video at Lorance Creek Natural Area by Ben Benton, ANHC intern and biology student at Hendrix College.#AuthenticArkansas #ANHC
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