Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Conference - Early Bird Rates Extended

Due to the convergence of weather and holidays, MAEOE understands that registering for the conference may have fallen to second or even third in your list of priorities. MAEOE also appreciates the financial constraints under which the environmental education community is currently operating. The conference committee met last night and decided to extend Early Bird Registration Rates till January 11, 2010.


  • Stellar slate of workshops and sessions taught by academic titans designed to build knowledge
    • Entomology
    • Soil Science
    • Benthic Macroinvertebrates
    • Fish ID
    • Amphibian ID
    • Living with Black Bears
    • Acid Mine Drainage
    • Grant Writing
    • Survey Development
  • Creative and Effective Programs, Tools, and Resources to Apply Knowledge
    • Birding for the Blind
    • Make your own BioFuels
    • Teaching climate change
    • Design a schoolyard habitat
    • Envirothon
    • Underwater Robots
  • Premier Plenaries
    • Tony Geraci Revolutionizing School Lunch Programs
    • Alliance for Climate Education
    • Special Guests
  • Opportunity to network with over 270 organizations, schools, agencies, and businesses working in the Environmental and Outdoor Education Field
  • Stay on the cutting edge of Legislation at the National, Regional, and Local Levels
  • Celebrate and Strengthen the Profession

In addition, MAEOE has given you more choices. With limited budgets, you can send staff to individual workshops or field experiences without having to attend the entire conference. Simply select the Non-Standard Registration option. Please help MAEOE by distributing this notice and encouraging colleagues and educators to attend. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact MAEOE at director@maeoe.org.

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