One way to build your skills and resources is to connect with other
colleagues. Many organizations provide listserves that allow users
to query each other and to share information.
- EPA Mailing
Lists provide useful news and announcements on a variety environmental
topics and workgroups. Many of these lists are open to the public
while other lists require membership approval.
the Bridge discussion list, provides a forum for marine educators
to talk informally about marine education ideas, issues, and questions.
was established to facilitate discussion about water education
resources and developments. Other related issues can also be raised
and discussed. Environmental educators, watershed managers, and
natural resource professionals responsible for outreach may be
interested in information provided to list subscribers.
- Water Resources
Discussion Lists are topical electronic forums compiled by
the Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural
As we learn about other list serves that
may interest you, we'll list them here. If you want to recommend
a list serve, please send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These links provide e-newsletter subscriptions. Follow the instructions
at the bottom of the page if you'd like to add an e-newsletter resource
to the database or search this web site for a topic-specific e-newsletter.
is a Know Your Watershed (CTIC) newsletter written for local partnerships
containing pertinent websites, educational materials and funding
- EPA Newsletters
offers information produced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Volunteer Monitor newsletter facilitates the exchange
of ideas, monitoring methods, and practical advice among volunteer
environmental monitoring groups across the nation.
- WaterNews is
a weekly on-line publication that announces publications, policies,
and activities of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office
- The Watershed
Post, Institute of Water Research, Michigan State University,
provides information on projects related to natural resources
and technology throughout the state of Michigan.
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