The Regional Environmental Education Forum (or REEF) is the Bay of Plenty branch of the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education. REEF is a network of people working in or interested in environmental education.
The forum meets in three different locations: Tauranga, Rotorua and the Eastern Bay. The groups in each area organise opportunities for discussions, networking, project work, problem solving and sharing resources based on the needs of their local members.
For more information
For more information, contact Bay of Plenty Regional Council on the details at the bottom of the page.
If you would like to join REEF please email your details to Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
REEF is proudly supported by Bay of Plenty Regional Council and is free to join. REEF members are encouraged to join NZAEE The New Zealand Association for Environmental Education. NZAEE is a national network of environmental educators working for the promotion of environmental education in all target sectors.
What does NZAEE do?
- provide a network for building relationships to share information and resources
- produce a regular e-newsletter
- co-ordinate Seaweek nationally
- deliver a stimulating national conference every two years
- support and provide local workshops and other events
- advise on environmental education and education for sustainability issues
- actively participate in a number of initiatives including the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
- advocate for the environment, recognising that it is inextricably linked with social, cultural and economic aspects of sustainability.
For more information about NZAEE you can contact the Bay of Plenty branch or the National Office.
NZAEE National Office
PO Box 6189
Telephone 04 934 2108