Raleigh teacher named Environmental Educator of the Year

Posted March 15, 2010

— The North Carolina Wildlife Federation has named a Raleigh teacher as the Environmental Educator of the Year.

Wakefield High School agriculture and horticulture teacher Jodi Riedel spent two years developing a forestry curriculum, which she has taught to more than 700 students. She has also given training workshops to other teachers through the North Carolina Science Teachers Association Conference.

Riedel will be honored at the 47th annual Governor's Conservation Achievement awards banquet on Sept. 18 at the Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport hotel.


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  • LIVEITUP Mar 17, 2010

    Calm down luv2surffish2...Maybe others will follow her example!

  • luv2surffish2 Mar 16, 2010

    calm down momtofive.. it math,english,and science teachers would do the same. .then you could talk

  • mom2five Mar 16, 2010

    Congratulations Mrs. Riedel!!! You are such an awesome woman and example to these kids!! Congratulations on all your hard work and dedication to Wakefield, the students and the environment!! YOU ROCK!!!