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         Environmental Museums:     more books (100)
  1. The Mary Rose Museum (Center for Environmental Structure, Vol 8) by Christopher Alexander, Gary Black, et all 1995-04-13
  2. The Green Museum: A Primer on Environmental Practice by Sarah Brophy, 2008-08-07
  3. An Environmental History of Northeast Florida (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series) by James J. Miller, 1998-10-31
  4. Environmental Management: Guidelines for Museums and Galleries (Heritage: Care-Preservation-Management) by May Cassar, 1994-12-08
  5. Conservation Pioneer; Museum exhibit reclaims Seton's environmental legacy.(Bienvenidos): An article from: The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, NM) by Unavailable, 2010-05-16
  6. Healthy Home, healthy community.(BEYOND THE BENCH)(environmental health promotion; Rochester Healthy Home museum): An article from: Environmental Health Perspectives by Tanya Tillett, 2007-04-01
  7. Saving Salila's Turtle: An Environmental Engineering Story (Museum of Science) by Engineering is Elementary Team, 2005
  8. Monitoring for Gaseous Pollutants in Museum Environments (Tools for Conservation) by Cecily Grzywacz, 2006-09-01
  9. Natural History Museums: Directions for Growth by Paisley S. Cato, 1991-08
  10. The Biodiversity Crisis: Losing What Counts (American Museum of Natural History Books)
  11. The Museum Environment (Butterworth - Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by Garry Thomson, 1986-10
  12. A Passion for Antiquities: Ancient Art from the Collection of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman (Getty Trust Publications: J. Paul Getty Museum)
  13. Teacher's Craft Packets (12) by The Staff of Coyote Point Museum for Environmental Education,
  14. Passive Environmental Control for Small Cultural Institutions in Australia.(author suggests many small institutions probably have no need for HVAC systems): ... Australian Academic & Research Libraries by Colin Pearson, Steve King, 2000-06-01

1. Environmental Museums - Best Environmental Museums List
Resource Guide to best Environmental Museums American Museum of Natural History; Battle Hill Museum of Natural History

2. Amman Centennial | Haya Cultural Center
Hussein and Queen Alia Al Hussein, and named after their daughter HRH Princess Haya, the nonprofit organization features playgrounds, a library, science and environmental museums
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Haya Cultural Center Venue Address: Shmesani Phone: Email: Website: Tucked into one of the busiest business districts of Amman, the Haya Cultural Center is targeting minds, and making an impact on the lives of nearly 50,000 Jordanian school children every year. Inaugurated in 1976 by Their Late Majesties King Hussein and Queen Alia Al Hussein, and named after their daughter HRH Princess Haya, the nonprofit organization features playgrounds, a library, science and environmental museums, arts and crafts rooms, a performance hall and a new Microsoft-donated computer lab open to the public. In addition, the Center just completed 100,000 JD renovation efforts with funds donated by the Japanese Embassy to its Planetarium. One of its kind in the Kingdom, the Planetarium features high-powered state of the art telescopic equipment and frequently scheduled shows on planetary alignments and the stars.
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3. Museo Cuevas Del Sacromonte
Ethnographic and environmental museum of the Sacromonte in Granada, in front of the Alhambra, in the gypsy and flamenco district. Presentation, photos and location.
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4. The Center For Environmental Education Homepage
The Center for Environmental Education, Natural History, and Conservation is a The Hefner Museum is a
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Value and Valuation , which provides a brief summary of all CEE facilities, programs, and activities.
Hefner Zoology Museum
The Hefner Zoology Museum uses exhibits, collections and specimens, and interactive programs to teach visitors of all ages about zoology and animal natural history.
GREEN Teachers Institute
The GREEN Teachers Institute is a series of professional development workshops for preK-12 educators. The GREEN Teachers Institute emphasizes natural science content and inquiry-based teaching methods.
Biosphere Project
The Biosphere Project produces an array of printed and online resources designed to help learners explore and understand basic biological, ecological and environmental concepts. Site Map Staff/Contact Us

5. MUSM7004 Museums Community Engagement, Semester 2, 2007
This is an advanced postgraduate level course covering both cultural and natural/environmental museums and heritage......Heritage and Community Engagement . Course, Blurb.doc

6. San Francisco Museums - Guide To San Francisco Museum Art
Alphabetical directory of San Francisco museums. Museums range from the small and specialized, like MoAD, to the larger and better known venues such as the de Young and San
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    Go to: San Francisco Entertainment Venues Events and Attractions An alphabetical directory of San Francisco museums, including a location map. Several Bay Area museums outside of San Francisco are listed at the end of the directory. See the calendar of Free Museum Days in San Francisco, for free admission and discounts throughout the month. For gallery shows and exhibits, see the list of San Francisco Art Galleries A listing of current museum exhibits is available on the San Francisco Main Event Calendar
    San Francisco Museum Map
    Click here for the San Francisco museum map . Clicking the image on the left will not link you to the map. This map shows the locations of San Francisco museums, from the large cluster of venues near Yerba Buena Gardens (including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art) to museums farther afield such as the Legion of Honor in the Outer Richmond.

    7. -Biography-Art Rent & Lease
    She has recently completed a commissioned central exhibit called “Disc Dance” for a consortium of four midsized science and environmental museums in New England and

    World Design Directory a worldwide directory of environmental landscape Environmental Museums Centers around the World

    9. Ritsumeikan Moriyama Junior Senior High School
    Finally, we have been involved in various projects with the theme of “The Water Environment and Energy” in association with local NPOs and environmental museums.
    Since ancient times, people living around Lake Biwa have co-existed with the lake, enjoying its abundant resources. However, in 1977, the “red tide” in Lake Biwa made us realize that the lake had been seriously damaged as the ecosystem had changed. 30 years later, people have changed their views about how to treat Lake Biwa, and they have undertaken creative measures to preserve the Water Environment. In February 2010, high school students from all over the world will gather in Moriyama City, Japan, to hold a conference called “The International Water Forum in The Lake Prefecture, Shiga.” We will look at various aspects of Lake Biwa, and water environments from all over the world. Our aim is to discover some measures to improve humanity’s relationship with the world’s natural water environment.
    The aim of this forum is to gain more insight into issues about water, through the research presentations categorized into these three topics.
    We can only make use of 0.01% of the water on the earth for drinking. This water is in rivers, lakes, and marshes. There are 1.1 billion people who are not ensured safe water in the world. To work towards the realization of a sustainable society, there are many issues; for example, the lack of water, water disasters caused by environmental changes, water pollution, international conflicts for the use of water resources, and so on. Through understanding today's conditions, participants will together consider what kind of action we should take. Also, participants from all over the world will make a joint declaration.

    10. Toledo Ohio Attractions - Toledo Ohio
    Toledo Ohio Attractions including the Toledo Zoo, Art Museum, and botanical gardens .many things to do, browse here.
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    Toledo Museum of Art
    Located on Monroe St, the museum features a world-renowned glass exhibit as well as some of the most famous paintings, prints, sculptures, and furniture in the world. From mummies to Matisse, a visit to the museum will thrill and excite the artist in you. Admission is free at all times!
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    Toledo Area Metroparks
    Hours open daily from 7 a.m. until dark... enjoy walking, biking and cross-country skiing on several trails, plus outdoor concerts and numerous special events. Free admission.
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    Toledo Symphony Orchestra
    For the 66th consecutive season, the Toledo Symphony will bring music to the regions of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. TSO continues its mission of service and quality and present over 400 performances to nearly 300,000 music listeners annually.
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    Garden Smiles by Carruth Studio
    Carruth Studio's gift shop and gallery, Garden Smiles, is located in Waterville, Ohio. Garden Smiles, the brainchild of Deb Carruth, is the only place where you will find the complete collection of over 250 sculpted designs by George.

    11. Mcleodganj Museums | Mcleodganj Museums
    Environmental Museums. The natural beauty of McLeod Ganj is being polluted and destroyed, little by little, due to disregard for the environment.
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    Edit This Set in a visually stunning environment in the Dhauladhar mountain range, McLeod Ganj is both historically and spiritually significant. For this reason it is home to a variety of intriguing museums. Spiritual Museums The Dalai Lama´s Temple is one of the most spiritually energizing places on earth. It is filled with statues of important Buddhist figures, Tibetan prayer flags and ¨mani¨ stones. Having a tranquil atmosphere and messages of peace, love, and happiness makes this a relaxing oasis. The museum is open from sunrise to sunset everyday, and in the early hours of morning, you are welcome to observe the monks meditating and chanting.
    Another interesting place to visit is the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives. Historical Museums The main museum of history in McLeod Ganj is the Tibet Museum. It is part of the Tsuglagkhang Complex and features harsh reminders of the Chinese occupation of Tibet, and the exodus of Tibetans. It is a multimedia museum displaying videos and photos. The Tibet Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Admission is Rs. 5.
    The Gu Chu Sum Monement Gallery covers the same topic as the Tibet Museum. Former political prisoners were involved in the formation of this gallery that displays countless photographs leading you through the political oppression the people of Tibet had to suffer through at the hands of the Chinese.

    12. New York State Museum - NYS Biodiversity Research Institute - About BRI
    About BRI . Mission Advancing information and research for the conservation of New York’s biodiversity. By funding promising research projects, sponsoring conferences and seminar
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      About BRI Mission: New York State Education Law: Section 235-a (2,3) Find out more: BRI Fact Sheets BRI Executive Committee Pursuant to Section 235-a of the Education Law, the New York State Biodiversity Research Institute is governed by a 17-member Executive Committee composed of four state agency commissioners and 13 individuals appointed by the Governor and Legislature. The current Executive Committee members are: Permanent Members Commissioner, State Education Department
      Designee: Clifford A. Siegfried, Ph.D. (Acting Chair)
      Designee: Thomas B. Lyons Commissioner, Department of Environmental Conservation
      Designee: Steven J. Sanford Chancellor, State University of New York
      Designee: Patricia A. Pietropaolo, Ph.D. Appointed Members Robert Budliger, National Audubon Society
      John Lee Compton, Ph.D., PBCO, Inc.
      John Cronin, The Beacon Institute
      The Honorable Steven Englebright, New York State Assembly
      Stephen Kresovich, Ph.D.

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    Your purchases help contribute to the programs of one of the best environmental museums in the world and whether you shop with us in person or online, we always strive to make
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      About Us For over twenty years, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Gift Shop and Bookstore has been in the vanguard of national museum shops in terms of both the quality of the gifts we offer and the knowledge of our staff. Gift Shop Owner Jim Hills has created a unique retail showcase for products that tell stories about the Sonoran Desert Bioregion and the Greater Southwest. His bioregional approach earned him the 1999 National Wildlife Federation Corporate Conservation Acheivement Award for "promoting sustainably harvested products, and for collaboration with businesses, nonprofits and Native tribes to conserve both wildlife and traditional ecological knowledge." When you buy handmade Native American jewelry or pottery from our gift shop, you can be sure that it is authentic. Our large selection of southwestern books delights readers, and we have a wide selection of other products that exhibit a strong sense of place. Your purchases help contribute to the programs of one of the best environmental museums in the world and whether you shop with us in person or online, we always strive to make your experience personal, memorable, and unique.
      Jim Hills, Gift Shop Owner

    14. Nature Centers And Museums In Washington, DC, Maryland And Virginia.
    Explore our natural environment yearround through hands-on activities and naturalist guided tours at nature centers in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Enjoy Washington, DC
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    15. TSSH Part 638 | NRCS Soils
    fairs and other agricultural and environmental events; conferences that target customers of soil survey information; state and local agricultural and environmental museums

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    The resource soil scientist is the primary advocate for increasing the awareness of the role of soils in the environment, for the wise use of the soils, and for the proper use of soil survey information. There are many uses of the soil survey information provided via the Web Soil Survey and the Soil Data Mart as well as that provided for specific purposes, such as local soil interpretations and site-specific information. Since the resource soil scientists work closely with field employees, local cooperators, and the general public, they have the most knowledge of the needs of the customers and can assist with the development of local pamphlets, publications, displays, and other information that can be used to promote the local use of soil surveys and soils information.
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    The Smithsonian has declared this day as a day for free admission to over 1,000 museums across the country, including environmental museums.

    17. Art Rolls On: Disc Dance
    created as the centerpiece of an exhibit called Transformations (actually, it now seems to be called SmartART), a collaboration of four midsize science and environmental museums
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    Tah-dah! (...the sound of horns and an exciting beat...) Finally, the long-awaited (by me) images of my Disc Dance installation! It was created as the centerpiece of an exhibit called Transformations (actually, it now seems to be called SmartART
    I still wanted light to be cast on the people inside the installation, so I modified a disco ball; here is a shot of it in the studio.
    Outside, you see the light projected from the inside, as a softer, flattened image.
    Pretty cool, huh? Posted by janetvanfleet at 4:13 AM
    Eva Helene said...
    Totally Cool! Thanks for sharing your awesomeness with the world! I've always loved your disks and now I've got another reason. Mazol Tov! December 25, 2008 6:27 AM
    ohjoyohjoy said...
    This is great Janet! Having had the privilege of seeing this as a work-in-progress it is fun getting a peek at the final piece. I plan on taking my grandson to see and experience it for real. It made me think of this past summer when he scored a disco ball and a lava lamp at the same yard sale! He told me he wanted to make his room look like the inside of a nineteen-seventies van. LOL (Where does he come up with this stuff?) Also, in an earlier post you asked about ideas for skirt material for your "Disarmament" sculpture (I find the series very compelling.) I have recently been art-making with an old roll of copper screening that I think you may like. It holds shape and has a really cool ethereal quality. I also love that it has and will develop more of a patina over time which echoes the rusted elements of some of your work. It was a give away from a friend though, so I don't know how easy this is to find...

    18. Janet Van Fleet | LinkedIn
    Most recently, she created a central exhibit for the Environmental Education Collaborative, a consortium of four midsize science and environmental museums in New England and Quebec
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    Janet Van Fleet has been working as a professional artist and curator for almost fifteen years. In addition to her fine artwork (primarily assemblage and three-dimensional mixed-media sculptures), she does outdoor and indoor installations. She recently created a central exhibit for the Environmental Education Collaborative, a consortium of four mid-size science and environmental museums in New England and Quebec.
    During 2010, the International Year of Biodiversity, she both exhibited a 36-foot-long wall installation at an exhibit in Nagoya, Japan and also co-curated (with Sue Higby, Executive Director of Studio Place Arts) On The Planet, a biodiversity-based exhibit in Burlington, Barre, and outside at the historic quarries at Millstone Hill in Barre Town.

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