Ashley Williams
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Executive Director
Kentucky Association for Environmental Education
Since 1976, the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education has worked to build a sustainable environment through education. The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) is one of the country’s oldest associations supporting environmental education and the first affiliate of the North American Association for Environmental Education.

KAEE includes people from all walks of life – teachers, administrators, government and agency personnel, business and industry representatives, and private citizens. KAEE works with members and partners to bring sound environmental education to all citizens of the Commonwealth, both young and old. We work together because we care about education, our environment, and our future.

KAEE relies on the skills and talents of the many dedicated educators of our state to build environmental education into their curricula and programs. The educational principles that KAEE promotes were developed through the National Project for Excellence in Environmental Education, sponsored by the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). KAEE works to ensure that education about the environment will be taught in every classroom in Kentucky.
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Save the Date for the KAEE 35th Annual Conference!

KAEE’s 35th annual conference will take place on September 16-17, 2011 at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY.

This year’s conference theme is Environmental Education: Everywhere for Everyone. We all know that environmental education is at home in the forests and fields, but it has a well-established foot-hold in the cities as well. Urban gardening, green building design, and cleaner transportation are all areas of focus in population centers. Wherever people live, there is a need for… Continue

Posted on March 14, 2011 at 10:37am

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