Conferences:


 

Call for Proposals Now Open

Are you a farm educator, local movement specialist, grower or producer or teacher passionate about knowing the story behind your food? Do you have experience with community engagement and public health? Are you an educator with ideas to share, in and out of the classroom? Are you a nutritionist with a background in local food trends and seasonal meal planning? Then being a session leader might be for you!

The Call for Proposals for concurrent sessions and the research symposium are now open and will close on December 14th, 2018. We encourage you to submit your proposal as early as possible, allowing you the ability to select from the available presentation times. You may submit more than one proposal.

Please submit proposals to [email protected] and [email protected]m or through the Google Form on eealliance.org

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Research Symposium- Friday March 8th, 2019

The Research Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate, graduate and professional researchers to share their projects with the EE community. Research symposiums should be related to either environmental education research or environmental science research. Presentations will need to be no longer than twenty minutes in length and allow time for questions. Presentation materials (projector, screen, computer, etc.) will be provided.

 

Concurrent Sessions- Saturday, March 9th, 2019

All sessions should relate to our theme of “From Garden to Table,” educating others on growing your own groceries, creating community green spaces, the science of soils, new classroom ideas on getting students outside or creating fun and easy meals with available ingredients. The possibilities are endless! Short sessions are one hour in length and long sessions are two hours. Please allow time for questions and answers as well as sharing any materials in your sessions. Presentation materials (projector, screen, computer, etc.) will be provided.

  

Location

Historic Downtown Albany, Georgia

Hosted by the Flint RiverQuarium Environmental Education Center and Thronateeska Heritage Center

 

Registration Coming Soon

Deadline for Lodging Room Block at Merry Acres Inn & Event Center - February 8
Deadline for Conference Registration - February 25
There will be NO on-site registration!
For questions regarding conference, please email [email protected]

 

Lodging

Lodging is available at Merry Acres Inn & Event Center. For more information on the lodge, visit https://merryacres.com/. Rates are $89/night (+taxes).
Room reservations will be accepted until February 8, 2018. Reservations made after that date will be accepted on a space and rate-available basis.
Scholarships
Full and partial scholarships are available. Please email [email protected]
Special Announcements
EEA Conference Book Swap 
Is your bookshelf full?  Are you running out of space for your newest resources? Bring your gently used, environmentally themed books to the first ever EEA Conference book swap! Must be in good condition.  SWAP or DONATE! Bring them to the conference and choose something new for yourself!  Consider including a note about why you especially liked a book and chose to pass it along.  Don’t have a book to swap? No problem. Unclaimed books may be taken without a swap.  All leftovers will be donated. 
Silent Auction
Back by popular demand, the Silent Auction will feature amazing EE goodies to bid on! Proceeds will fund scholarships for the 2019 EEA conference. If you would like to donate an item to the silent auction, please contact [email protected] All donations are tax deductible. 
 

Past Conferences:

Annual Conference Resources

Want to re-visit that fantastic session from this year or last? Visit our Conference Resources page for session information and handouts from previous events.