New England Environmental Education Alliance Annual Conference

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New England Environmental Education Alliance Annual Conference

Time: October 21, 2011 at 4pm to October 23, 2011 at 1pm
Location: Prindle Pond Conference Center
Street: 19 Harrington Road
City/Town: Charlton, MA
Website or Map: http://neeea.org/conference/i…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Arianna Alexsandra Grindrod
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2011

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Proudly hosted this year by The Massachusetts Environmental Education Society (MEES), the New England Environmental Education Alliance (NEEEA) is holding its 45th Annual Conference, Navigating New England Environmental Education: Charting a Course to an Environmentally Literate Future on October 21st through 23rd at Prindle Pond Conference Center in Charlton, MA.

Join NEEEA for Keynote speakers Julian Agyeman and Coleen O’Connell, world music entertainment with Gaia Roots and closing ceremony by Troy Phillips of the Nipmuc Nation.

Workshops will navigate topics from systems thinking to environmental literacy principles for early education, to online strategies and social media for centers and students to new tools in field investigations, and of course “replenishing the well”. The conference also includes an informative exhibit hall, silent auction, awards ceremony, and guided and self-guided environment explorations of Massachusetts.  Attend and - CONNECT! NETWORK! GAIN A NEW PERSPECTIVE!

The NEEEA Conference, sited at Prindle Pond Conference Center is a Nature’s Classroom facility is located on 500 wooded acres on the shore of Prindle Pond in Charlton, Massachusetts. The site is centrally located for the convenience of our New England-wide guests. It offers a variety of rooming options, a wind turbine, trails, pond views, campfire options, and more!  For more information and to register visit NEEEA at http://neeea.org/conference/index.html

Many thanks to our sponsors: Ferry Beach Ecology School, Nature’s Classroom, Northern Woodlands, Cabot Creamery, and Antioch University New England.

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