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EEA has been serving environmental educators throughout Georgia since 1992. EEA supports environmental educators throughout Georgia to achieve our vision of a statewide culture of environmental literacy and stewardship.  We believe environmental education (EE) encourages inquiry, 

investigation, and the development of skills that enable responsible decisions and actions that impact the environment. Find out more about the definition EE on the EEinGeorgia.org website.


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EEA Annual Conference

From the Garden to the Table

Save the Date March 8-10, 2019!

Location: Historic Downtown Albany, Georgia

Keynote Speaker: Rashid Nuri, Truly Living Well “Urban agriculture transforms both people and places. It is a powerful catalyst for sustainable community vitality. The work builds self-sufficiency through food production and education.” --K. Rashid Nuri

Hosted by the Flint RiverQuarium Environmental Education Center at Merry Acres Event Center

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! 


Please, view the EEA Annual Conference Session Descriptions then visit the Registration Form


ATEEG Courses

The following three courses will be held at Charlie Elliott Conference Center in Mansfield, GA, and begin at 1:00 p.m. on Friday adjourning at noon on Sunday.

Core Course 2 (Fostering Learning)- March 22-24, 2019, To increase understanding of how to implement environmental education programs that foster learning. Register by March 12, 2019.

Core Course 3 (Assessment and Evaluation)-  June 7-9, 2019, To increase participant's skills and knowledge associated with the program evaluation process that includes identifying outcomes, data collection methods, and data analysis. Register by May 25, 2019


EEA Member Excursion- Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve 

Sunday, February 18th

Millions of trout lillies... thousands of trillium...

Join us for our first Member Excursion of 2019! Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve is one of the best places to see Georgia's most unique spring ephemeral plants- trillium, Gentian, Green Fly Orchid, and trout lillies. 


Now Hiring

The Program Administrator is a part-time paid position responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Advanced Training for Environmental Education in Georgia (ATEEG) Program. The ATEEG Program is a professional development initiative of the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia (EEA). The Program Administrator serves under the direction of the Certification Advisory Board (CAB). This position is expected to work 10.5 hours per week, and not to exceed 546 hours for the year. Click here for the Job Description and info about how to apply.



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