Use the filter menu and interactive map to explore the past competitions offered and grants awarded through the Environmental Literacy Program.
To learn more about project findings and outcomes, view the summaries of our grantees’ summative evaluation reports.
- (-) 2012: Ocean Education Partnership Grants (1)
- 2015: ELG for Community Resilience to Extreme Weather Events and Environmental Changes (1)
- 2013: ELG for Building Capacity of Informal and Formal Educators (3)
- 2012: NOAA Broad Agency Announcement for FY 2012—2013 (1)
- 2011/2012: ELG for Formal K-12 Education (1)
- 2010: ELG for Informal/Nonformal Education (5)
- 2009: Ocean Education Grants for AZA Aquariums (3)
- 2008: ELG for Spherical Display Systems for Earth Systems Science-Installations & Content (2)
- 2008/2009: ELG for Formal K-12 Education (1)
- 2007: ELG for Formal K-12 Education (1)
- 2006: Environmental Literacy (1)
- 2005: Environmental Literacy (2)
Building Ocean Awareness Together (BOAT)
A consortium of Alaska SeaLife Center, Florida Aquarium and Monterey Bay Aquarium with their partner National Association for Interpretation will increase the effectiveness of informal science educators (ISE) to promote public understanding of three complex topics that impact the ocean (oil spills, ocean acidification, and energy literacy) and encourage stewardship of ocean and coastal resources. This project will have a direct impact on 252 interpreters in and around Alaska, California, and Florida through 12 weeklong trainings. Groups of interpreters will develop, assemble and produce online training toolkits, all of which will be widely disseminated to the ISE community. Each toolkit will utilize NOAA multimedia content, data visualization products, expertise and other relevant resources. Project participants – who interact with a diverse mix of local, regional, national and international visitors (including underserved local populations) – will provide enhanced training content for their colleagues through professional trainings, presentations, and online networks.