• Application for the 20th Annual Secretary's Award for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education

    The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs is now accepting applications for the 2014 Secretary's Awards for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education. Deadline for submitting your application is March 28, 2014 at the close of business.
  • Energy and Environmental Awards

    The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) in collaboration with the Secretary's Advisory Group on Energy and Environmental Education (SAGEE) and the Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET) conducts an annual award program to recognize schools and teachers (K-12 ) across the Commonwealth for their outstanding efforts in furthering energy and environmental education initiatives at their schools.
  • Conservation & Recreation Educational Programs

    Learn about educational programs sponsored by the Department of Conservation and Recreation.
  • Agricultural Business Training Program (ABTP)

    MDAR's Agricultural Business Training Program (ABTP) responds to these and other planning needs of farmers, through training and technical assistance . So far more than 300 farms have completed an MDAR sponsored business planning program tailored to their own particular versions of Massachusetts agriculture.
  • Fish & Wildlife Education Programs

    To promote the wise use and enjoyment of fish and wildlife resources, MassWildlife offers a number of informational and educational services, programs and publications for landowners, educators, municipalities, conservation and civic organizations, news media and many others with an interest or question about wildlife.
  • Hunter Education

    The Hunter Education Program is a public education effort providing instruction in the safe handling of firearms and other outdoor activities related to hunting and firearm use.
  • Boating Education Program

    When and where Boat Massachusetts courses will be offered.
  • Education and Outreach Programs for Businesses

    Through its education, outreach and other efforts, the Office of Technical Assistance and Technology (OTA) promotes toxics use reduction and resource conservation. As a complement to the on-site technical support it provides business, OTA sponsors workshops and conferences; recruits businesses using innovative technology to host demonstration site events; coordinates partnerships between schools and businesses to encourage the safe handling of chemicals in schools; supports a training center for industrial painters to help them reduce pollution and paint waste; develops resource tracking software tools; and publishes advisory and guidance publications, newsletters, and case studies.
  • Massachusetts Coastal and Ocean Education Guide for K-12 Teachers

  • Hurricane Preparedness Kit