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We do not anticipate that the recommendations within
the 2015-2017 Executive Budget and Senate Bill 21 that call for:

  • eliminating the WEEB beginning July 1, 2015,
  • eliminating funding for the general grant program in FY15,
  • and eliminating the forestry and school forest grant programs in FY16,

will impact the current grant solicitation and award process. Funds to support the 2015-2016 cohort of grants are in place. Please do submit your proposal by the February 14, 2015 postmark deadline.



2007-2009 Biennial Report

 CATEGORIES &
AVAILABLE FUNDS

 

General Environmental Education
​ ~$115,000
Forestry Education
​~$95,000
School Forest Education Plan
​~$95,000
(shared with School Forest Implementation Grants)
School Forest Implementation​
​​
​~$95,000
(shared with School Forest Education Plan Grants)
 

The Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB) was created by 1989 Act 299, becoming law in 1990. One of the Board's responsibilities is to:

award grants for the development, dissemination, and implementation of environmental education programs. 

Funded projects have included state-wide initiatives as well as small localized efforts. Audiences served include K-12 public and private school children, members of various youth organizations, classroom teachers and other educators, landowners, park patrons, tourists, government officials, business owners and employees and of course the public. For more information see the Recipient Database

Decisions made at the Wednesday April 29, 2015 meeting. Announcement letters will be mailed in early May.

Results will also be posted within the Recipient Database.


2005-2007 Biennial Report