The Santa Fe Outdoor Education Collaboration is a joint project between Audubon NM, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, and the Santa Fe Watershed Association. These three organizations work together to provide hands-on third, fourth, and fifth programming. Three sequential years for students in the Santa Fe Public Schools provide life science explorations that connect kids with the rich natural environment in and around Santa Fe.
Project WET provides hands-on, science-based water education resources to formal and non-formal educators around the world. These resources encourage responsible environmental stewardship and promote meaningful action to address environmental challenges, climate change, social justice, and sustainability. SFWA is the host institution for Project WET in New Mexico.
EENM believes that every New Mexican should have access to high-quality, engaging, and meaningful outdoor and environmental education opportunities. This will lead to a thriving future for all, where environmental and social responsibility drive individual and institutional choices. Through implementing an advocacy-focused movement as well as advancing collaboration and leadership, EENM ensures every NM child has equitable access to environmental and outdoor learning. SFWA is a member of and collaborates with EENM.
NMSTA is the state affiliate of the National Science Teaching Association. They advocate for science, science teachers, and science education and offer professional development through monthly meetings, an annual conference, and regional workshops. SFWA is a member of NMSTA.