KELP CLASS 12
Introducing KELP Class 12
KELP is proud to announce the 16 new students accepted into the Class of 2012. They submitted applications, reference letters, and described their desire to learn about their roles in the Kansas environment. These students represent a variety of perspectives throughout the state of Kansas, such as the Kansas Farmer’s Union, Midwest Energy, and college students. Visit our website to learn more about these individuals.
Session 1 was held February 7 to 9 in Hays. Students discussed many water topics such as hydraulic fracturing, and groundwater contamination. They learned how as citizens they can have a greater influence on wellhead protection. After getting to know each other over the course of two days, they set off with their first homework assignments and left looking forward to the next four sessions.
Session 2 began March 7th in Topeka, where it continued the KELP class in environmental education. Touring the Capitol building and sitting in on a hearing were just a couple of highlights of the session. Brandi Nelson describes the session in more detail on the website
Here are some chances to exercise your environmental beliefs and display them through actions within your communities.
River Trash Round Up
April 21, 2012 9 AM - Noon
*Check-in at Lawrence Dumont Stadium, 300 S. Sycamore, Wichita, KS 67213
*FREE T-Shirts - FREE Lunch - Clean River
For more information contact Libby Albers at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website
National Environmental Education Week
*Visit the National EE
website to find out new ways to educate schools and communities about the environment.
Check out new professional development opportunities with an environmental focus.
Coastal Herpetology Course: Gulf Coast Research Laboratory in Ocean Springs, Mississippi
14-25 May 2012
The course will provide students with an introduction to herpetology through lectures and associated readings, discussions of original research papers, and a class project. Topics covered will include the ecology, evolution, life history, diversity, behavior, and conservation of amphibians and reptiles. There will also be many field excursions highlighting the methods and techniques for capturing and studying herpetofauna. College credit is available through the University of Southern Mississippi or one of many affiliated universities. For more information, visit: www.usm.edu/gcrl
2012 KSU Engagement Seminar on Community Gardens
An afternoon of showcasing engaged work of KSU with community gardens and work with learning gardens, rain gardens, community beautification, and gardening for food.
April 26 at 12:30 - 4:00 p.m
. at the K-State Campus Union
*No enrollment necessary, no fee for participation
*For more details, contact Dan Kahl, email@example.com
"A Day Of Learning: Communities Engaging Landscape."
Center for Engagement and Community Development to host symposium
-Interested in how communities are engaging through landscape and learning? Join the Center for Engagement and Community Development for the 2012 Engagement Symposium
12:30-5 p.m. Thursday, April 26
Room 212 of the K-State Student Union
*For more information contact David Procter at 785-532-6868 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in a new career path? Check out our website for job listings through KSRE.
Visit our website to see the most current grant and funding opportunities for your environmental project. Deadlines, requirements, grant amount, and resources are all available at our Grant
Sustainable Jersey: Municipalities Go Green in NJ, a webinar through ELP
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
12:00 - 1:00pm