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Copy of MAEOE1MAEOE – Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Education

The Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) encourages, engages and empowers communities to understand, responsibly use and protect the natural world. They promote environmental awareness by serving teachers, natural resource managers, nature center staff and environmental program managers with training, conferences, publications, programs and other resources. A major focus for MAEOE is managing and operating the Maryland Green Schools and Green Centers Programs.



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The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has supported Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) for many years through resource support, professional development of our teachers and programming. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is a conservation organization dedicated to saving the Bay.




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We work with the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works to engage students in community environmental action by planting native plants in state-of-the-art regenerative stormwater conveyance projects. These innovative ecosystem restoration and stream retrofit projects slow and infiltrate stormwater. Stormwater from impervious surfaces has been identified as the primary source of non-point pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. 


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Annapolis Maritime Museum

The Annapolis Maritime Museum (AMM) provides programming in support of the sixth grade Chesapeake Connections program. Some of our middle schools study oysters as part of their program and AMM engages them in oyster restoration, ecology and history as they learn the importance of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.



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Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks provides outdoor environmental programming for AACPS teachers and students. In this partnership, mentor groups consisting of a park ranger, a volunteer, and three to four teachers support ninth grade environmental science students to learn about invasive plant species in our county, develop removal plans, and conduct removal projects in Anne Arundel County community and regional parks. Jug Bay is one site that participates in the invasive species removal project. Jug Bay also partners with AACPS on environmental STEM projects. Downs Park in Pasadena is the current site of our kindergarten Trees are Terrific! program.


Thank you to our additional funders who support our projects and programs: