The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) recognizes educators who take the extra step to improve energy literacy in Wisconsin through the Energy Educator of the Year Award for formal and non-formal educators. The award includes $1,000 plus $250 worth of resources. Nominating someone or yourself involves completing an entry form and submitting a one-page narrative that details the nominee’s energy education initiatives and outcomes. The entry form can be found on the KEEP website; the form and the narrative should be mailed to the KEEP office. For details visit www.uwsp.edu/cnr/wcee/keep/Networking/index.htm#Energy Educator of the Year Awards.
The due date for nominations is April 5, 2013.
______________In other news, LEAF is still accepting applications for it’s Sustainable Forestry Education Program Development Specialist in Stevens Point. Applications due March 1st.