The manual is primarily a collecton of stories about everyday teachers who initiated not-so-everyday environmental programs in their classrooms and schools. Throughout the book are brief sections covering educational materials and resources, funding, environmental education workshops and in-service opportunities, and the locations of other educators interested in environmental education. The manual is divided into three units. The first provides a brief overview of the scope, history, and value of environmental educational. The second offers suggestions for instructional materials, funding, workshops, courses, and in-service opportunities in environmental education. The third unit includes information on networking with other enviromental educators, securing grants for your EE program, dealing with a growing EE project, and locating awards, scholarships and stipends that are available for environmental educators and their students.