Boise Environmental Education (BEE) is a multi-agency partnership that provides educational programs and lessons to children and adults. This collaboration between the City of Boise, Public Works, Parks, and the College of Arts and Sciences offers a wide range of classes, field trips, monthly programs, and special events to help citizens learn about the local environment and how to live sustainably in it. With the search tool provided, you can easily find classes and tours that may be of interest to your group. Contact the lesson provider for more information and to schedule.
The lesson plans cover a variety of topics on air quality, water quality, and waste management for various grade levels. Emily Wakild, from the School of Environment at the College of Arts and Sciences, explains how the school was designed, how it is strategically aligned with Boise State and the College of Arts and Sciences, and what the future of the school looks like. Boise Environmental Education is an excellent resource for anyone looking to learn more about their local environment. With a wide range of classes, field trips, monthly programs, and special events available, there is something for everyone.
Contact the lesson provider for more information and to schedule your next environmental education experience.