KAEE’s 35th annual conference will take place on September 16-17, 2011 at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY. It is open to the general public and there are even activities to entertain your little ones so bring the whole family!
This year’s conference theme is Environmental Education: Everywhere for Everyone. We all know that environmental education is at home in the forests and fields, but it has a well-established foot-hold in the cities as well. Urban gardening, green building design, and cleaner transportation are all areas of focus in population centers. Wherever people live, there is a need for environmental education. Diversity of all sorts is important if environmental education is to be successful. We must attract people of different ages, genders, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds. Come out and take part in the many presentations, workshops, auctions, speakers, meals, exhibits and more!
Don’t delay! Registration is now open for the 2011 KAEE Conference. There is a limited number of spots available for workshops and field trips so register now to ensure you will get a spot! For more information or to register, please visit our conference page at www.kaee.org/conference. We hope to see you there!
|You have to run the world locally [Idea Festival]|
|Mighty Kindness Earth Day Hootenanny brings an entire day of family fun and kindness [Family & Parenting]|
|Breaking New Grounds volunteer day and mushroom workshop [Urban gardening]|
|Author, Michel Dowd, speaks on science, spirituality and our future at tonight’s KIPL Awards Dinner|
|Unbridled Eve: As Told By A Gala Virgin|
|Southern Charm Shines at the Unbridled Eve Gala|
|Thoroughbreds For All event on April 26, 2013 to promote off-the-track thoroughbred racehorse adoptions|