Legacy's environmental education programs are developed and implemented by Legacy committees. Each committee works to ensure that Legacy's programs are balanced and fact-based. Volunteerism through committee service is a great way to get involved at a grassroots level.
Legacy’s Education Committee works to develop, implement, and evaluate educational programs for Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade students throughout the State of Alabama. The primary function of this committee is to provide balanced, fact-based environmental education materials to K-12 teachers. Projects implemented under the supervision of this committee include the K-12 Activities Guide Series, EnviroBowl and Summer Institutes and Workshops for Teachers.
Legacy’s Programs Committee works to establish partnerships with groups and organizations interested in environmental education efforts in the State of Alabama. This committee’s primary function is to serve as an outreach mechanism for the growth of our organization. Projects implemented under the supervision of this committee include the Speakers Bureau, Media Guide, Legacy Partnership Program, the Annual Partnership Conference, and much more.
Legacy’s Marketing Committee works to provide balanced, fact-based environmental education programs to the general public in a format that provides for a basic understanding of individual impact on the environment and the necessary actions required to become an environmentally responsible Alabama resident. Projects implemented under the supervision of this committee include all Public Recognition and Marketing Programs, Public and Consumer Education Programs, Smart Driving, the Citizenship Guide, the Environmental Centers and Organization Resource Guide, Responsible Gardening, and much more.