Environmental Education (EE) has been the MMEP keystone for learning since its inception in 2004.
Understanding ecology is a vital skill for the children and teachers. Understanding human impact on eco systems is the first step in creating a society of responsible, intuitive individuals.
Practically this can take the form of dispelling myths about owls, snakes, frogs and chameleons to testing water health in local rivers, from exploratory forest walks to recycling bread bags into skipping ropes.
The MMEP facilitators keep their lessons positive and intriguing.