Environmental Education


DEQ’s Environmental Education Program is responsible for the development of educational programs and materials. The program is tasked with disseminating environmental education resources throughout the state and training educators on how to implement those resources into their classrooms.

Free presentations and information are available for schools, neighborhood associations, and community groups regarding air quality, land protection, water quality, and general environmental issues. We can have a booth, a hands-on activity, presentation, or bring publications to classrooms, community events, Natural Resources Day, Career Day, STEM Day or celebrations such as America Recycles Day, Earth Day, and more.

Check out our resources below to learn more about specific topics.

*Note, some resources are links to outside websites*


The DEQ Environmental Education Program is committed to educate all Oklahomans about the environment, their place in it, and what they can do to protect it.

All education inquiries, including requests for presentations, booths or programming, should be sent to the Education Programs & Services Coordinator.

Sara Ivey
Education Programs & Services Coordinator
Office of External Affairs
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
405.702.7122 (Office)