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KAEE Pre-Conference Workshops & Events
KAEE Pre-Conference Workshops & Events

Tue, Nov 29


Historic Boone Tavern Hotel

KAEE Pre-Conference Workshops & Events

Visit to see the full details for all of our pre-conference events. Purchase the ticket for the events you'd like to attend! Some events overlap, so be sure to make note of the start and end times.

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Time & Location

Nov 29, 2022, 9:00 AM – 8:30 PM

Historic Boone Tavern Hotel, Berea, KY

About the Event

Join us for a day of learning and fun leading up to our 46th Annual Conference! 

Before purchasing your ticket, visit to see the full details for each of the pre-conference events.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


  • Core Curriculum Training

    Join us for a training in three award-winning environmental education curriculum programs during this pre-conference workshop at Berea College Forestry Outreach Center on Tuesday, November 29, from 9am - 4pm ET. (Although this is being offered as a pre-conference workshop, you do not have to attend conference in order to participate. Though we would love for you to!) Participants who complete the training and required pre/post work will receive physical copies of the three curriculum guides.

    From $99.00 to $149.00
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  • Supplement Curriculum Training

    New to our workshop lineup, is the Supplemental Curriculum Program Training. You might be familiar with Project WET and Project WILD but each of these programs offer more than just their flagship curriculum guides. Dive deeper into environmental education with this set of KAEE curriculum programs - Don't Waste It!, Aquatic WILD, and the newest release from WET: Climate, Water and Resilience. Learn more about each of these at

    From $79.00 to $99.00
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  • KAEE Homegrown Cookout

    Come celebrate with friends old and new at Homegrown Hideaways just outside of Berea! We’ll have a bonfire and cookout at this sustainable farm nestled in the Appalachian foothills. Gather with friends, family and colleagues to enjoy a relaxing evening with short hikes through the woods and s’mores. Bring musical instruments, camp chairs, and stories to share!

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  • Taylor Fork Eco. Area Tour

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm On this field trip, you will explore Taylor Fork Ecological Area and learn about its natural history and ecology. You'll also learn how faculty use the site as an outdoor classroom for environmental and wildlife education for university students and the public. This field tour will involve moderately strenuous walking of up to 2 miles across hilly terrain in potentially cold weather. There is a porta-potty on site, but no other amenities.

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  • Dreaming Creek Brewery Tour

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Richmond’s micro-brewery, Dreaming Creek Brewery. You’ll learn about the science, sustainability, and hard work that go into brewing craft beer. Who knows? You might even (definitely) get to taste some of these awesome, local craft brews. Must be 21+ to participate in the tasting. Attendees will also receive an exclusive 15% discount on Dreaming Creek merchandise.

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  • The Arts & Gardens of Wolf Gap

    The Arts & Gardens of Wolf Gap Holler 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Come to the scenic Wolf Gap holler and experience two home-grown family businesses, Tater Knob Pottery and Wolf Gap Gardens. At Tater Knob, you will see a demonstration of wheel-thrown pottery made from Kentucky red clay. The experienced potters draw their inspiration from the peaceful setting and natural beauty to create unique, functional pottery. Then, you can walk right across the road and take a short tour of Wolf Gap Gardens.

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  • Artisan Village Tour& Shopping

    Berea Tourism is rolling out a welcome to conference attendees by offering shuttles to the Old Town Artisan Village. Artists will be available for demos and to display their work during special shopping hours just for us. Come see why Berea is the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky! Transportation: Van leaving Boone Tavern Parking lot in 15-minute intervals beginning at 4 pm

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