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Environmental Education in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) strives to improve our communities’ environmental, social, and economic vitality. Our statewide K-12 energy and forestry education programs provide professional development, hands-on classroom resources, and ready-to-use lessons. Our place-based, personally-relevant opportunities and career explorations allow for meaningful learning experiences for all students.

WCEE Resources

Learn more and get involved with all environmental education has to offer.

Educator Trainings

Hone Your Skills
Take one of our on demand or in-person professional development trainings.

Educational Resources

Bring Your Classroom to Life
Reserve one of our FREE hands-on kits or utilize one of our educational videos.


Enhance your Curriculum
Explore resources from The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) and Wisconsin’s K-12 Forestry Education Program (LEAF).

School Site Resources

Using School Spaces
Engage students in experiential learning.

Learn More About Our Programs

KEEP – Wisconsin’s K-12 Energy Education Program

KEEP, Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program, improves and increases energy literacy in Wisconsin through professional development, teaching tools, lessons and activities, and school site resources.

Some of KEEP’s Initiatives include:

  • Careers in Energy
  • Student Energy Engagement Opportunities
  • Energy Educator of the Year Award
  • Clean Energy For Schools

LEAF – Wisconsin’s K-12 Forestry Education Program

LEAF, Wisconsin K-12 Forestry Education Program, promotes forestry education in Wisconsin through professional development, teaching tools, curriculum, and support for outdoor learning spaces.

Some of LEAF’s Initiatives include:

  • School Forests
  • School Grounds
  • School Forest Awards
  • Project Learning Tree
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