Membership - Children's Environmental Literacy Foundation

CELF Membership Program

Embedding Sustainability in School Culture & Community

In winter 2021, CELF launched a Pilot Membership program in response to school communities’ expressed need for resources connecting timely topics to remote and in-person instruction. With a focus on equity, emotional and physical health, and knowledge growth, educating for sustainability (EfS) addresses the spectrum of disparities frequently determined by racial bias, poverty, food insecurity, and environmental health impacts. CELF Membership provides EfS digital resources, long-term curriculum and instruction support, team-based and 1:1 coaching support, and flexible program options.

Download our Membership Program brochure to learn more!

Education for Sustainability (EfS): An innovative teaching methodology that develops critical thinking skills necessary to understand complex, interconnected social, economic and environmental issues

Member Services

Virtual Orientation
One-on-one or Group Consulting Session
Teachers’ Environmental Literacy Series (TELS)
Members-only Content & CELF Master Teacher Recognition
Exclusive Discounts for CELF Programs & Workshops
CELF in the Field & Virtual Events (Virtual & In-Person)
Student “Exchange” ($500 Membership Add-on)

*Annual Membership runs for the full academic year.

Program Highlights

Orientation
Set the stage and gain common language.

Community Gatherings
Build your community and network.

Speakers & Group Events
Speaker events and thematic discussion groups.

Membership Program Calendar


Latest Past Events

New York Field Experience for Educators: Analyzing and Interpreting Scientific Data from the Hudson River (Yonkers, NY)

Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak 35 Alexander St, Yonkers

Along the beautiful banks of the Hudson River at the Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River in Yonkers, NY, identify and interpret data sets. Leave with tools that can help you and your students make sense of graphs, figures, sketches, and data representation. This outdoor field experience includes activities to spark inspiration of sustainability and place-based …

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Free

Connecticut Field Experience for Educators: The Mill River Watershed & Urban Communities (Stamford, CT)

Mill River Park Discovery Center 1050 Washington Blvd, Stamford

Discover ways to integrate sustainability, history, and place at Mill River Park in Stamford, CT. Along the Mill River watershed in downtown Stamford, you can bask in a vibrant urban green space and visit the new Discovery Center! This outdoor field experience includes activities to spark inspiration of sustainability and place-based learning in the natural …

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Free

New York Field Experience for Educators: Tracks and Traces of Outdoor Wildlife at Teatown Lake (Ossining, NY)

Teatown Lake Reservation 1600 Spring Valley Rd, Ossining

Explore the tracks and traces of wildlife at Teatown Lake Reservation in Ossining, NY. During this outdoor experience, you will take a short hike in the winter woods and learn how to identify tracks and traces of local wildlife. This outdoor field experience includes activities to spark inspiration of sustainability and place-based learning in the …

New York Field Experience for Educators: Tracks and Traces of Outdoor Wildlife at Teatown Lake (Ossining, NY) Read More

Free

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