Friday, Mar 2nd, 2012
On March 2, 2012 The Environmental Education Association of Alabama awards “Best Environmental Education Curriculum and Course” to Project CATE Foundation’s CD for Skeeter’s Wild Adventures. A story of a raccoon named Skeeter who makes it fun for viewers yet focuses on wildlife conservation and information.
Conservative Action Through Education (CATE) started as a collaborative effort of Neil Johnston – a member of Hand Arendall who practices in the Land Use and Environmental practice group – and Dr. Brenda Litchfield – an Education and Media Specialist at University of South Alabama, and now includes a development team to produce educational materials and activities. The CD’s have been distributed statewide and can be ordered at www.projectcate.com.