Institutional Members Directory
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The organizations listed below are current AEOE Institutional Members.
7798 White Chief Mountain Road
Fish Camp, CA
Groundswell is a queer intentional community and organized camp in rural Northern California. We offer a diversity adult LGBT/Q outdoor education, and also rent out our facility to allied groups hosting their own events. Building on a tradition of socially engaged ecological stewardship, we host several gatherings annually that celebrate seasonal change, heart-centered connection, queer healing,...
26870 Moody Road
Los Altos Hills, CA
200 Kalmus Drive - P.O. Box 9050
Costa Mesa, CA
We offer a small 3-4 week outdoor school program every year, at the Sierra Adventure Center (Bernasconi Ranch) in Big Pine. In addition, we offer field science programs through our Eastern Sierra Watershed Project program throughout the school year, to grades 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8, and we have developed our own place-based monthly education program for 3rd grade, "Taking Root," in conjunction with the...
Kern County Supt of Schools, KEEP - 1300 17th Street
The Kern Environmental Education Program ("KEEP") is a week-long, residential outdoor science school run by Kern County Superintendent of Schools. KEEP's two campuses are located on california's beautiful Central Coast, just south of Big Sur. KEEP Ocean (located within spectacular Montana de Oro State Park) and KEEP By The Sea (nestled in a charming oak woodland in Arroyo Grande) can host a co...
500 Discovery Pkwy
Redwood City, CA
The Marine Science Institute provides engaging and interactive hands-on adventures with San Francisco Bay Area marine life. Led by a team of expert marine science educators, these experiences impact students of all ages, inspiring respect and stewardship for the marine environment.
39350 Little Lake Road
The primary objective of the MOSS program is to provide a quality environmental education program at an affordable cost to students from diverse communities. The Mendocino Woodlands is a State Park and National Historic Landmark, consisting of 720 acres of mature redwood forest on both sides of a healthy salmon creek called the Little North Fork of the Big River, and located n...
The Mono Lake Committee is a non-profit citizens' group dedicated to protecting and restoring the Mono Basin ecosystem, educating the public about Mono Lake and the impacts on the environment of excessive water use, and promoting cooperative solutions that protect Mono Lake and meet real water needs without transferring environmental problems to other areas.