Education Association of Alabama Conference
scout leaders, and friends of the environment are welcome to attend this
conference for workshops, lectures, and field trips.
Date: February 1- 3, 2007
The Environmental Education Association of Alabama (EEAA)
is a non-profit group comprising: classroom teachers and other educators; local,
state and federal agency personnel; business and industry representatives; and
others involved in, or interested in, teaching about the environment and/or
Alabama’s natural resources. EEAA is an affiliate of the North American
Association for Environmental Education.
Fee: Contact Jeff Hughes at
256-725-7027 for more information or to register for this
EEAA conducts environmental education training throughout the year,
hosts an annual EE Conference, takes members on excursions to various
natural sites across the state, sponsors an annual environmental awards program, offers
financial grants to members for EE training opportunities, and even provides members with
free thematic teaching trunks to
help teachers incorporate environmental topics into curricula.
2007 EEAA Conference - “A View From the Top”
To learn about the Environmental Education Association of Alabama, visit their website
for news releases by using the request form at www.jsu.edu/newswire/request.