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HEED® AZ is a group for teachers, community members, and individuals interested in humane environmental education topics . We meet monthly to discuss a variety of issues spanning health and wellness, civic responsibility, responsible consumerism, nature studies, arts and culture, and the humane treatment of animals in regards to environmental issues. We look forward to meeting up and building a more environmentally conscious community.
A new start-up group for conservationists, environmental professionals/graduates and keen amateur naturalists to get together and share ideas. Social events from ‘walks and talks’ to ‘mixers and mingling’ are a great way to meet like-minded people and learn from each other. The primary goal of this group is to develop a community of people involved in environmental conservation.
Meet with other local Environmental Professionals! We are re-starting a chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals (www.naep.org), called the Mid-America Association of Environmental Professionals (MAAEP). Our mission is to be the interdisciplinary organization dedicated to developing the highest standards of ethics and proficiency in the environmental professions. Our members are public and private sector professionals who promote excellence in decision-making in light of the environmental….
Our group was established for those concerned about the state of our environment (both local & global), where it’s heading and what can be done to halt the environmental degradation caused by Global Warming & Climate Change. A great way for ‘like minded’ people to network over drinks & meals & other events with those of similar green & sustainable interests and concerns.
We are a group of people who enjoy celebrating the natural environment of the Earth. Meetings: We would like to start by having meet-ups at meetings and events of various local environmental organizations. Many of us have taken Master Naturalist training and we actively support organizations such as Houston Audubon, the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, the Katy Prairie Conservancy, Armand Bayou Nature Center, etc.