Ted Green - Associate Professor, Department of Multidisciplinary Studies, College of Education
Phone: 314/961-2660 x7971
Dr. Green received an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies and Communications from Beloit College.
He served an environmental educator for 6 months in the Monadnock Mountains in New Hampshire and worked for the National Park Service in Boston. He also served as camp director for 13 years in a middle school setting. Dr. Green has a certificate in horticulture as a Master Gardener through the Missouri Botanical Garden and won a National Youth Gardening Grant for historical gardens. He has been an Operation Brightside volunteer for 20 plus years and is a presenter for environmental education workshops in a variety of public/private schools. He created and implemented the master plan for Francis Park. He is interested in educating youth and college age students on how to improve and preserve our environment.
Leopold, Aldo, A Sand County Almanac.
Breen, T. H., Tobacco Culture.
Steinberg, Ted, Down to Earth: Nature's Role in American History.
Ehrlich, Paul and Anne, Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment.
Silverstein, Shel, The Giving Tree.