This month we’re excited to feature a brand new member whose own love for the outdoors translates naturally into her work and the lives of young learners. Liz Kasitz is the director of The Nature School at LaFontaine Early Learning Center located in Richmond, Kentucky. She is new to the KAEE community but excited to learn more about all the wonderful EE happening across our state. Read on for more from Liz, in her own words… Guest post by new KAEE member Liz Kasitz, Director
From trivia and cleanups to music and aquaponics, there are so many Earth Day 2022 events taking place in Kentucky! Read on for details about the events some of our members and friends are hosting this year. Kentucky State University’s Environmental Education & Research Center: Earth Week
Join Kentucky State University’s Environmental Education and Research Center team as they celebrate Earth Week! Register for one day or all days by selecting different ticket options.
A new partnership between the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) and Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) gives students the opportunity to earn dual credit for a combination of courses in teaching environmental education. Not only that, but completing the courses puts a participant halfway through earning an eeCredential and 25% of the way through completing EKU’s Certificate in Environmental Education! “Offering dual credit is something we have envisioned