Region 4: Bay Area
Serving Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Solano Counties
Dawn O’Connor Alameda County Office of Education 313 West Winton Avenue Hayward, CA 94544 510-670-4189 email@example.com
Welcome Back to CREEC Region 4! Look to this page for upcoming news. A searchable directory of resources and an online calendar are in development and will be coming soon.
Upcoming Events California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) to invite you and your organization to participate in a community report back meeting regarding environmental justice issues in Oakland as part of CalEPA’s Environmental Justice Enforcement Taskforce on July 13th and July 20th. Please click on the dates to open the attached flyers for more information.
Grant Opportunities and Contests Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund Grants Grant Application Materials The Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Committee is pleased to announce that completed funding applications are now being accepted for consideration for the Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund. The Fish and Wildlife Committee strongly encourages applications related to improving habitat, public education and scientific research. Projects that provide multilingual signage and educational materials are encouraged. The grant must benefit the fish and wildlife resources of Contra Costa County. Deadline: January 11, 2017 http://ca-contracostacounty2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/43452
Discover Ag Careers: Curriculum for 6-8th grades. A toolkit for teaching about agricultural careers designed for teachers and non-formal educators.
Bay Area Environmental STEM Institute (BAESI): an Environmental STEM Resource Hub for Teachers.
Featured Provider The California Department or Water Resources The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is responsible for managing and protecting California’s water resources. The agency provides free water education materials for schools and the general public alike. It also organizes campaigns to conserve water in California, manages reservoirs and visitors centers, plans for flood control, and more. To learn more about the amazing array of resources and support for California residents to conserve our water resources, visit: http://www.water.ca.gov/