Conferences:

 

Full Conference Price: $195  •  Friday or Saturday only: $100  •  Sunday only: $50
Non-Members add an annual membership fee of $25.


Price includes concurrent sessions, research symposium, some field trips, Friday and Saturday socials, Friday lunch and dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, and banquet dinner, and Sunday breakfast.The Monarchs Across Georgia Curriculum Workshop and some field trips are priced separately. See the Program for details.

 

 View the Program and Session Descriptions

 
Register at: 2018 Conference Registration

Deadline for Lodging Room Block at Unicoi Lodge - February 9

Deadline for Monarchs in the Classroom Workshop Registration - February 19

Deadline for Conference Registration - February 25

There will be NO on-site registration!

For questions regarding conference, please email conference@eealliance.org


Lodging
Lodging is available on site at the Unicoi Lodge. For more information on the lodge, visit http://www.unicoilodge.com/accomodations/room-types/. Rates are $109/night. Single and double occupancy are available. Price includes parking pass, high-speed internet, and access to the business center. To make a reservation, call 1-800-573-9659 and mention the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia Conference to receive our special rate. Room reservations will be accepted until Friday, February 9, 2018. Reservations made after that date will be accepted on a space and rate-available basis.
Scholarships
Full and partial scholarships are available. Please complete the application: 2018 EEA Scholarship

Conference App!
We are excited to announce that we will have a custom mobile app for the Conference! Stay tuned for more details.


Special Announcements

Monarchs in the Classroom Educator Workshop - Registration deadline February 19!

Monarchs in the Classroom Educator Workshop will be offered Friday, March 2, 2018 at the EEA Conference.  This workshop will give educators the information and tools needed to teach pollinator conservation in the classroom using pollinator gardens and citizen science opportunities. Monarch biology and ecology will be the major focus. $25 includes a curriculum guide and other resources.

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 conference@eealliance.org. All donations are tax deductible. 

 

Thank you to our generous conference sponsor, Whova!

 

Whova's Event and Conference app helps event organizers take care of attendees and tedious event logistics. With Whova, event organizers can create the most engaging and organized events ever by improving attendee engagement, increasing networking opportunities, and making event planning much easier. The software is loved by both organizers and attendees worldwide and won the Event Technology Award in 2016 & 2017.

 


 

 
5th Annual 2017 Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance Conference and Research Symposium

Thanks to all who attended the conference and Research Symposium on March 3-5, 2017 in Buford, GA!

Exploring the Richness of EE: Your Practice, Profession and Partnerships

Download the Program

View the Research Symposium Program

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.