NEEEA Conference 2011
Come Learn with Us! Experience the 45th Annual NEEEA Conference: "Navigating New England Environmental Education: Charting a Course to an Environmentally Literate Future"
October 21-23, 2011 at Prindle Pond Conference Center in Charlton, MA.
The Massachusetts Environmental Education Society (MEES) and the 2011 NEEEA Conference Committee are pleased to announce the opening of registration for this years conference! Join us for a dynamic weekend full of enriching and inspiring workshops, adventurous field trips and excellent entertainment. Enjoy networking, learning, and revitalizing yourself and your teaching skills and return home with resources and materials to do the same for your classroom or organization.
CONNECT! NETWORK! GAIN A NEW PERSPECTIVE!
This weekend features Keynote speakers Julian Agyeman and Coleen O'Connell, world music entertainment by Gaia Roots and Closing Ceremony with Troy Phillips of the Nipmuc Tribe.
The Conference site is a Natures Classroom facility located on 500 wooded acres on the shore of Prindle Pond in Charlton, Massachusetts. It offers a variety of rooming options, a wind turbine, woodland trails, pond views, campfires, and fields for stargazing.
For complete conference offerings and registration please visit the 2011 NEEEA Conference microsite at http://neeea.org/conference/index.html
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