Environmental education (EE) provides the skills necessary for people of all ages to make intelligent, informed decisions about the environment and how they can take care of it. EE builds human capacity, influences attitudes, and can lead to action. Most importantly, it can help people make informed decisions about the environment that lead to lifelong stewardship and a more sustainable society.
KAEE offers a variety of conservation and environmental education workshops to both formal and non-formal educators. Workshop participants typically include PreK-12 teachers, college faculty, camp and scout leaders, home school educators, zoo & park staff, naturalists, after-school program staff, natural resource professionals, pre-service teachers, and anyone with an interest in environmental education. Participants attend workshops 3-6 hours in length or more and leave with activity guides and resources for bringing environmental education to their students.