At this year’s annual conference we will be celebrating 44 years of excellence in environmental education. While environmental education may look a little different in 2020, our role as educators is more vital than ever. This year’s conference attendees will enjoy recorded sessions that can be watched anytime; opportunities to incorporate creative technology into sessions; reduced registration costs; virtual meetups for special interest groups; regional outdoor activities tied to conference themes; a virtual happy hour; and more.
This year's theme is "Community Engagement: Building Sustainable Communities through the Power of Environmental Education." Session topics include everything from "FUNdamentals" of EE to social justice and equity in EE to "cooking wild." There is something (way more than just one something) for everyone!
The keynote address, by Greenlining's Leslie Aguayo, will focus on the intersection of racial equity and environmental issues (and why these are inseparable). Other highlights include a North American Association for Environmental Education Community Engagement Guidelines for Excellence training and a plenary session led by Cagney Coomer.
Check out all the details on the conference webpage!
KAEE is one of the country’s oldest associations supporting environmental education. We are people from all walks of life, coming together to support EE.