Title: Virgin Islands Network for Environmental Educators : promoting environmental and cultural eduction in the Virgin Islands
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Title: Virgin Islands Network for Environmental Educators : promoting environmental and cultural eduction in the Virgin Islands
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Virgin Islands Network for Environmental Educators
Publisher: Virgin Islands Network for Environmental Educators
Publication Date: 2007
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Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Caribbean
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Bibliographic ID: CA01300698
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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* Build capacity for environmental
and cultural education within the
U.S. Virgin Islands.

* Link K-20 educators, natural and
cultural resource organizations,
and other stakeholders to pro-
mote environmental and cultural
education within the U.S. Virgin
Islands.

* Disseminate member, program
and outreach information to
teachers, administrators and com-
munity groups.


VINE

Virgin Islands Network of
Environmental Educators


For More Information:
www.usvircd.org/VINE

VINE Coordinator
Karlyn Langjahr
East End Marine Park Outreach &
Education Coordinator, DPNR-CZM
340-773-3367
Karlyn.langiahr@dpnr.gov.vi

St. Thomas / St. John Chair
Keshema Webbe
U.S. EPA-Region 2
340-714-2333
Webbe.keshema@epa.gov

St. Croix Chair
Dee Osinski
V.I. Waste Management Authority
340-778-7657
dosinski @viwma.org


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VINE was established in 2004 to
create a network of environmental
and cultural educators in the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Since its creation,
more than 25 organizations and
members have worked to increase
the quality and availability of envi-
ronmental and cultural programs
available to schools and community
organizations in the territory.

VINE Member Organizations

Coral World
Friends of Virgin Islands National
Park
Hovensa
St. Croix Environmental Association
The Nature Conservancy
The Ocean Conservancy
USDA Natural Resources Conserva-
tion Service
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency
U.S. Fish and Wildlife


University of the Virgin Islands
* Cooperative Extension Service
* Globe Program
* Virgin Islands Environmental Resource Sta-
tion
Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service
Virgin Islands EPSCoR
Virgin Islands Department of Agriculture
Virgin Islands Department of Planning and
Natural Resources
Division of Coastal Zone Management
Division of Energy
Division of Environmental Enforcement
Division of Environmental Protection
Division of Fish & Wildlife
State Historic Preservation
Virgin Islands National Park
Virgin Islands Resource Conservation and De-
velopment Council
Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority
West Indies Animal Research & Conservation
Service, Inc.


VINE educators offer a variety of
classroom and field presentations,
including such topics as:

Agriculture

Alternative Energy

Coral Reefs

Coastal Zone Management

Fishes

Gardening

Hazardous Waste

Mangroves

Marine Ecology

Marine Mammals

Nonpoint Source Pollution

Recycling

Sea Turtles

VI Culture and History

Water Quality

Wildlife

and many others...

All programs are FREE to Virgin
Islands' schools and community
organizations.


r Printed on recycled paper.




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