HOST YOUR OWN EE OPEN SPACE!
5/29/2020 KAEE is excited to announce a new summer eeOpenSpace program—one that YOU can make your own!
The program allows our members and wider audience to host their own virtual Open Space or round table conversation around a topic of their choosing. What sparks your interest most these days? What would you like to chat about with others in our community? What ways would you like to connect during this unprecedented time? If you're looking for
With its mission to “provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources,” Project WILD is an interdisciplinary EE program that helps participants develop an awareness, appreciation, and understanding of wildlife and habitat. Introduced in 1983, it has reached more than 100 million youth through more than 1.5 million educators and is one of the largest wildlife education programs in the
Join us—virtually!—this September! The 2020 Kentucky Association for Environmental Education Annual Conference will be held online this year, allowing for expanded creativity, recorded sessions (so you can attend ALL of them instead of being forced to choose between offerings), virtual happy hours, and a tremendous amount of EE information and fun! We know that for many of our members and friends KAEE’s annual conference is like “a big family reunion” and an in-person event n
Tomorrow is #kygives20, and so many of our members and friends are among the 246 organizations joining together with Kentuckians for a powerful day of action! The eighth annual Kentucky Gives Day is hosted by Kentucky Nonprofit Network and benefits 501 c(3) charities and organizations in the fields of human services, health care, children, the arts, humanitarian aid, animal welfare, the environment, and more. Lasting 24 hours, the event allows participating organizations—ma
Like educators all around the world, Emily Webb has recently developed numerous virtual lessons to keep her students engaged and learning while they are at home. Co-director and lead teacher at Lexington Friends Preschool, Emily recently incorporated environmental education into her distance learning curriculum with a unit about seed dispersal. “I asked the children to make a seed dispersal apparatus to see how far they could make a single dandelion seed travel,” she said. An