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  • Title: Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia
    Descriptive info: .. Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia.. Login.. Home.. EEA Calendar.. About EEA.. Become a Member.. EEA Mission.. Make a Donation.. EEA Online Store.. Board of Directors.. Advisory Council.. History of EEA.. Newsletter Archive.. Partners.. Contact Us.. Conferences.. EEA Annual Conference.. Outdoor Learning Symposium.. Georgia Naturalist Rally.. NAAEE.. Our Programs.. Advanced Training for EE.. EEinGeorgia.. org.. Council of Outdoor Learning.. Monarchs Across Georgia.. Current Issues.. EIC.. Grants and Awards.. Member Center.. Special Events.. EEA Community Forums.. Jobs.. Volunteer Opportunities.. Bylaws.. Board Nomination Process.. Board Meeting Minutes.. Welcome.. EEA has been serving environmental educators throughout Georgia since 1992.. EEA supports environmental educators throughout Georgia to achieve our vision, a statewide culture of environmental literacy and stewardship.. We believe environmental education (EE) encourages inquiry, investigation, and the development of skills that enable responsible decisions and actions that impact the environment.. Find out more about EE on the.. website.. Read more.. 2013 Annual Conference.. Call for proposals now open!.. March 22 - 23, 2013 at.. The Classic Center.. , Athens.. We are now accepting.. session proposals.. until December 12th.. You will be notified of your status by the following week.. Theme: 21st Century Communication for Environmental Educators.. Promoting Programs:.. Managing  ...   Alliance (EEA) of Georgia is pleased to offer mini-grant awards to current EEA members for up to $1,000 for Environmental Education /Performing and Visual Arts Projects in honor of Environmental Educator,.. Petey Giroux.. (1945-2008).. Petey was a master at using the power of the performing and visual arts to support her teaching; bringing much joy and enthusiasm to her work.. In presenting these grants to any Georgia educator of K-12th grade students (including those in public and private schools, home schools, scout troops, religious groups, community organizations, 4-H Clubs, etc.. ), we honor Petey s life of service and her legacy of environmental education through the arts.. Now accepting applications for the 2013 grant!.. Application deadline is January 6, 2013.. Apply Now!.. Mini-grant proposals will only be accepted from current members of EEA.. COOL Mini-Grants.. The deadline has been extended to January 14, 2013!.. The Council of Outdoor Learning, a project of the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia, is happy to announce the availability of mini-grants ranging from $50 - $500, to support outdoor learning in Georgia.. powered by MemberClicks.. © Copyright 2010 |.. The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia.. P.. O.. Box 170458.. Atlanta, GA 30317-0458..

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  • Title: Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the new EEA web site.. If this is your first time logging in, simply click "Forgot your password?" and your login info will be emailed to you.. This login information will NOT be the same login as it was on the old web site.. You may change your login name and password to whatever you choose on your member account page.. If you have any problems, email.. webmaster@eealliance.. Username.. Password.. Remember Me.. Forgot your password?..

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  • Title: EEA Calendar
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  • Title: Become a Member
    Descriptive info: Become a Member.. When you join EEA, you become a part of a larger community of concerned and active people.. Your membership will connect you with myriad resources, curricula, events, and activities focused on environmental education.. Our members are environmental education professionals - nature/museum staff, outdoor interpreters, government employees, parks and recreation staff, corporate outreach employees, teachers, students, and other professionals that wish to support environmental education in Georgia.. Below you will find the four categories for membership in EEA.. If you are joining us for the first time, please select the new member aplpication form under the appropriate category.. Existing members from any of the catagories may renew their dues using our.. Dues Renewal.. form (requires login).. If you are logging in to our new website for the first time or have forgotten your user name and/or password, simply click "forgot your password?" on the login page and your information will be emailed to you.. Membership Levels.. Student ($15/year).. Affordable to allow registered students the same access to member benefits as individuals.. New Member  ...   Corporations ($150/year).. Available to companies committed to promoting environmental education in Georgia.. New Member -Corporate Application.. Have a question about EEA membership?.. Contact our.. membership committee.. Membership Benefits.. Communication.. Networking - opportunities to share ideas with other environmental professionals.. The Link.. newsletter.. -quarterly information on educational resources, training opportunities, legislative issues/updates, organizational news of interest and grant resources.. Special Events and Field Trips organized especially for Members.. See our.. Member Services.. page for the latest opportunities.. Education/Professional Development.. Discount to attend.. Outdoor Learning Symposium.. - dedicated to outdoor classroom topics, these creative sessions and workshops provide resources to those wishing to utilize outdoor learning spaces in their schools and guidance on how to lead students in outdoor exploration.. Annual Spring Conference.. - focused on networking and training.. Keynote speakers, panel discussions, concurrent sessions, a service project, and discovery field trips are components of this conference.. Discounts on Green Teacher magazine.. subscriptions.. Receive $2.. 00 off a one year or $3.. 00 off a two year subscription.. Members must log in to see the discount details..

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  • Title: Vision, Mission, and Goals
    Descriptive info: We are a professional education and networking association for educators across Georgia.. As an affiliate of the.. North American Association for Environmental Education.. , EEA works to promote Environmental Education by providing opportunities for members, schools, organizations, and the general public to get involved through the annual EEA conference, Outdoor Learning Symposium, Butterfly Symposium, and other special events.. Vision Statement.. The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia's vision is a statewide culture of environmental literacy and stewardship.. Mission Statement.. The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia's  ...   and access to knowledge and experiences.. EEA Strategic Plan.. T.. he Goals of EEA are:.. To increase the content knowledge, skill level, and confidence of active and potential environmental educators through professional development and continuing education.. To facilitate communication, networking, and the building of partnerships among stakeholders.. To advocate for the increased practice of environmental education.. To promote the development and use of effective, research-based environmental education pedagogy.. To support values of diversity in environmental education.. To highlight emerging trends in environmental education and stewardship..

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  • Title: Make a Donation
    Descriptive info: Make a Donation.. At the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia, we envision a statewide culture of environmental literacy and stewardship.. This is not an idea that can be instituted from the top-down.. The dream will only be realized by movement from the bottom-up.. It will require your passion, your dedication, and your financial support.. Please give to our First Annual Fund Campaign today and join us in changing tomorrow.. If you  ...   or more information please contact our.. President.. Donate Now!.. Another way you can help EEA is by shopping at ChicoBag.. com.. Kick your single use bag habit by purchasing fabulous re-usable bags!.. ChicoBag will donate 50% of your total purchase to EEA!.. Check out our.. profile page.. and use the code EEA at checkout.. If shopping is your bag, continue supporting EEA by shopping our.. online store.. All proceeds support EEA initiatives..

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  • Title: EEA Online Store
    Descriptive info: EEA Online Store.. The EEA Store is stocked with a variety of fun, useful, and eco-friendly items such as nature facts bandanas, organic cotton polo shirts, recycled jewelry, Green Teacher magazines, and curriculum guides.. Prices are set to give a good value to members while earning a modest profit for EEA.. The EEA store travels to annual events like the spring conference and the Outdoor Learning Symposium, where cash, check, and Visa/MasterCard sales are accepted.. Welcome to the online store!.. We are now offering some items for purchase online! All sales are final, although exchanges are permitted to correct clothing sizes or to replace defective items.. Payment for online orders are by credit card only.. 7% Georgia sales tax will be added to all orders.. To order, simply shop our online catalog below then fill out this simple.. order form.. Please allow 2-4 weeks to receive your order.. Bandanas.. All Bandanas - $5.. 00 each (Special EEA Member price!).. Each measures approximately 21 square; 100  ...   reduces greenhouse gases, supports biodiversity, and preserves precious groundwater fashion you can feel good about!.. Regular Price: $34.. 20% OFF SALE PRICE: $27.. 20.. New reductions! Only $15!.. Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG) T-shirts.. Unisex, long-sleeved and short-sleeved.. A committee of the Environmental Education Alliance, MAG works with teachers, students, families, communities, businesses and others to study monarch butterflies and restore butterfly habitat.. Inspire future caretakers of the environment by wearing this t-shirt! The front features a lively milkweed community, and the back shows the stages of the butterfly life cycle.. Short-sleeved:.. Regular Price: $20.. SALE PRICE: $16.. New reductions! Only $12!.. (Sizes limited).. Long-sleeved:.. Regular Price: $25.. SALE PRICE: $19.. Prices slashed! Only $15!.. Shipping/Handling Fees:.. Total Order: S H:.. $0.. 00 - $30.. 00 $5.. 95.. $30.. 01 - $50.. 00 $8.. $50.. 01 - $75.. 00 $10.. $75.. 01 - $100.. 00 $12.. $100.. 01 - $150.. 00 $14.. $150.. 01 - $200.. 00 $16.. $200.. 01 - $300.. 00 $18.. $300.. 01+ $21..

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  • Title: Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: Board of Directors.. 2012-13 Board of Directors.. Board Officers.. President -.. Laura Aikens, Ecological Solutions, Inc.. Vice President.. - Kris Irwin, Warnell School of Forestry, UGA.. Treasurer.. - Jo Adang, Georgia Project WET.. Secretary.. - Naomi Thompson, Stone Mountain Memorial Association.. An EEA board member s term is three years and individuals may serve two consecutive terms.. Each term runs July 1 - June 30.. Board members will serve as chair of one EEA Committee.. Individual attendance records are maintained for each Director by the Secretary.. BOD documents available on committee pages: board travel, reimbursement, invoice needed, parliamentary procedure, and the board packet.. Name.. Organization.. Term(s).. Comittees / Roles.. Jo Adang.. Georgia Project WET.. Executive Committee liaison.. to:.. Member Services, EEA Store,.. Bookkeeper.. 2006 -  ...   2015.. Volunteer Management Chair.. Vicki Culbreth.. City of Roswell.. 2012-2015.. PR.. Laurie Crooks.. At Large Member.. At-large.. Eli Dickerson.. Piedmont Park Conservancy,.. Eastern Society of Native.. Trees.. 2011 - 2014.. Council of Outdoor Learning Chair.. Ginny Elliott.. Georgia Professional.. Standards Commission.. 2008 - 2011.. Fund Raising Chair.. Joseph Giunta.. Clean Air Campaign.. 2013 Conference Chair.. Kris Irwin.. Warnell School of Forestry,.. UGA.. to: Conference, ATEEG.. 2007 - 2010.. Executive (Vice-President).. Linda May.. GA DNR, Nongame.. Conservation Section.. EEA Store Chair.. Tara Muenz.. Georgia Adopt-A-Stream.. curriculum vitae.. Member Services Chair.. Sharon C.. Smith.. Fulton County Water.. Resources.. Website DB Management Chair.. Derek Swanson.. McKenna, Long Aldredge LLP.. EEA Lawyer.. Naomi Thompson.. Stone Mountain Memorial.. Association.. to: Website DB Mgmt,.. Volunteer Mgmt, Monarchs.. Across Georgia, CIC.. Executive (Secretary)..

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  • Title: Advisory Council
    Descriptive info: Advisory Council.. Frequently Asked Questions.. How can I contact the Advisory Council Chair?.. Email the Advisory Council Chair.. What is the Advisory Council?.. The Advisory council is a group of former EEA board members who are invited to serve to assist the EEA Board of Directors.. EEA has experienced substantial growth over the last decade due to the commitment of its Board of Directors and early strategic planning.. As the organization has grown, so have the Board of Directors' operational responsibilities.. The Advisory Council fills a critical mission for EEA.. They select the Outstanding Service and Eugene Odum Lifetime EEA Awards, update and maintain the organization's history, fund raise for the organization, and support the Lifetime Membership.. The Advisory Council assists the nominating committee and provides support to build leadership among board members.. How does the Advisory Council work with the Board of Directors?.. The Advisory Council is not a policy-making body and is subject to the bylaws of the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia.. The Board of Directors maintains full responsibility fo rthe projects and programs of EEA.. The Advisory Council engages in activities as requested and/or approved by the Executive Committee.. Past Examples include active participation in the strategic planning process, the development of a system for recognizing outstanding achievement in  ...   1.. Work with the EEA Executive Committee to identify former board members to invite to join the advisory board.. 2.. Invite selected individuals to serve on the Advisory Council for a two-year term.. 3.. Submit the Advisory Council yearly goals to the Executive Committee for approval.. 4.. Coordinate the work of the Advisory Council via email, correspondence, conference calls, and face-to-face meetings.. 5.. Identify a representative of the Advisory Council to attend meetings of the EEA Board of Directors.. Where appropriate, this representative is resposible for updating the Board of Directors on the work of the Advisory Council and is also responsible for communicating with Advisory Council about noteworthy issues the EEA Board of Directors is addressing, especially those that require substancial input.. This representative makes arrangements with the EEA Secretary for minutes of EEA board meetings to be distributed to the Advisory Council.. 6.. The Chair will also appoint a representative to be the NAAEE Affiliate Liaison and the Liaison for the Southeast Envirnmental Education Network.. Who are the current members of the EEA Advisory Council?.. Chair:.. Karen Garland.. Members:.. Carol Lambert.. Kim Kilgore.. Marci DeSart.. Monica Kilpatrick.. Peter Gordon.. Jerry Hightower.. Amy Waite.. Deron Davis.. Andrea Timpone.. Kim Morris-Zarneke.. Becky Champion.. Kitty Spivey.. Mary Terry.. Claire Hayes.. Kim Bailey.. Lisa Weinstein..

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  • Title: History of EEA
    Descriptive info: History of EEA.. The History of Environmental Education in Georgia.. 1974.. Oatland Island Education Center is established by the Savannah-Chatham County School System as the first environmental education center established by a public school system in Georgia.. 1976.. The Chattahoochee Nature Center, the state's first non-profit nature center, opens its doors to the public.. 1979.. 4-H starts an environmental education program at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and later opens the Wahsega, Jekyll, Burton, and Fortson Centers.. 1990.. (May 4th).. The Georgia Environmental Education Council is created after the passage of House Bill 1412.. Council members are appointed by Governor Zell Miller.. 1992.. (November 19th).. The Georgia Environmental Education Council changes its name to the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia.. EEA is founded as a self-governed, non-profit organization that promotes communication and education among professionals in the field of environmental education in Georgia.. 1994.. EEA of GA holds its first annual conference in September at the Blue Ridge Outdoor Education Center in Tocca, GA.. 1995.. Several EEA board members participated in a North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE)-sponsored workshop on Strategic Planning at the annual conference in Portland, Maine.. This came at a crucial time in the organization's development, from which a committee and committee structure for the board and general membership was established.. The EEA board of directors decided that officers will serve two year terms to maintain continuity in leadership.. 1996.. The Outdoor Classroom Council is created to assist organizations and individuals with an interest in the design, development, maintenance and use of outdoor classrooms.. Atlanta is chosen as the site for the 1998 North American Association for Environmental Education.. 1997.. The OCC holds its first Symposium at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.. 1998.. The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia begins looking at establishing a state environmental education office and training certification program.. In 1998, EEA partnered with NAAEE on its 27.. th.. annual conference in Atlanta.. September 6 is designated by Governor Zell Miller as Environmental Education Awareness Day in Georgia.. 1999.. The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia published The Georgia Environmental Education Teacher Resource Guide and distributed it to all public and private schools.. Elachee Nature Science Center becomes the first environmental education center in the Southeast to be accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).. 2000.. The Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG) committee was formed.. They adapted Dr.. Karen Oberhauser's Monarchs in the Classroom program to offer Professional Learning workshops for teachers throughout the state.. 2001.. EEA s Annual Conference is planned in conjunction with some of the state s major EE-providers: EPD: GA Project WET and Ga.. Adopt-A-Stream, Wildlife Resources: GA Project WILD, Ga.. Project Learning Tree, The Georgia Conservancy, and the National Wildlife Federation.. The tradition of the Buzzard conference scavenger hunt began.. Georgia is selected as a SEER state (State Education and Environmental Roundtable) by noted researcher Dr.. Gerald Lieberman.. 2002.. EEA partnered with the Department of Natural Resources' Environmental Protection Division (EPD), Department of Community Affairs' Keep Georgia Beautiful program, and Department of Education's Georgia Learning Connections program to launch the online guide to Environmental Education in Georgia (.. http://www.. eeingeorgia.. org/.. ).. EEA partnered with the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Environmental Protection Division, and University of Georgia to establish Using the Environment as an Integrating Context for Learning (EIC), a K-12th  ...   steering committee to investigate the feasibility/interest of a certification program for Georgia educators.. Based on feedback, EEA created Advanced Training for Environmental Education (ATEEG) in Georgia Project.. The committee secured a grant from NAAEE to begin the process of developing program for accreditation.. 2008.. The ATEEG Committee secured a second grant from NAAEE to continue developing the certification program and hold pilot classes.. 2009.. The ATEEG committee held certification pilot classes and worked to finalize the certification program with NAAEE.. The Board of Directors drafted a job description for an Executive Director to handle EEA business and the ATEEG.. The position was posted.. 2010.. An Executive Director was hired, Paul McClendon.. ATEEG was approved by NAAEE and the first classes were announced and held.. The member services committee began holding regular events for EEA members and to bring other people into EEA.. The Petey Giroux Dragonfly Grant for EE and the Arts was initiated and the first award was given.. This award honors Petey's fabulous ability to bring the arts into her teaching of EE and her willingness to share with other environmental educators.. The winners receive up to a $1000 mini-grant for a project.. The EEA strategic plan was revisited.. Each committee completed their own strategic plan and presented it to the Board.. The Outdoor Classroom Council (OCC) changed their name and logo to the Council of Outdoor Learning (COOL), updated their logo, and plans were made to revise.. the.. EEA logo.. 2011.. EEA changed the logo.. A new website was launched.. Board reporting and the financial code system were updated to better track on what and how EEA spends its money.. ATEEG graduated 4 certified environmental educators.. The First Georgia Naturalist Rally was organized.. 2012.. ATEEG received further accreditation by NAAEE and graduated 1 certified environmental educator.. EEA partnered with the Southeast Environmental Education Alliance (SEEA) to receive an EPA Grant to implement a small competitive grants program.. EEA Conference Locations.. 1994 Blue Ridge Outdoor Education Center, Toccoa, GA.. 1995 Outdoor Activity Center, Atlanta, GA.. 1996 Oatland Island Education Center, Savannah , GA.. 1997 Wahsega 4-H Center, Dahlonega, GA.. 1998 Oatland Island Education Center, Savannah, GA.. 1999 University of GA Center for Continuing Education, Athens, GA.. 2000 Gainesville College, Oakwood, GA.. 2001 Rivertown Inn, Columbus, GA.. 2002 Unicoi State Park, Helen, GA.. 2003 Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA.. 2004 Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park at Lake Blackshear, Cordele, GA.. 2005 Unicoi State Park, Helen, GA.. 2006 Simpsonwood Conference and Retreat Center, Norcross, GA.. 2007 Jekyll Island Convention Center, Jekyll Island, GA.. 2008 Unicoi State Park, Helen, GA.. 2009 University of GA Conference Center, Tifton, GA.. 2010 Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA.. 2011 Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA.. 2012 Southwest Fulton Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.. EEA Past Presidents.. 1994-1995 Buddy Spencer, Fulton County Parks.. 1995-1996 Jerry Hightower, National Park Service.. 1997-1998 Marcia Daniels, Reynolds Nature Preserve.. 1998-2000 Deron Davis, Dunwoody Nature Center.. 2000-2003 Peter Gordon, Elachee Nature Center.. 2003-2004 Petey Giroux, Project WET, Dept.. of Natural Resources.. 2004-2005 Richard Osorio, University of Georgia.. 2005-2006 Anne Shenk, State Botanical Garden of Georgia.. 2006-2007 Kim Morris-Zarneke, Georgia Aquarium.. 2007-2008 Walter Lane, GA DNR Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center.. 2008 - 2009 Donna Stewart, Jekyll Island 4H Center.. 2009-2010 Lisa Weinstein, GA DNR Nongame Conservation Section.. 2010-2011 David Hedgepeth, Valdosta State.. 2011-2012 Jennifer McCoy, Cobb County Water..

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  • Title: Newsletters
    Descriptive info: Newsletters.. is EEA's Newsletter.. We cover topics related to Environmental Education, including professional development opportunities, conferences, seminars, grants, and anything that members of EEA may want to publicize, i.. e.. new exhibits, teaching tricks, environmental 'hot topics', environmental heroes, etc.. The editor of The Link would love to hear from you.. Please let us know what you would like to see in the next issue of the newsletter, or send us your ideas for your own story.. Contact the editor at.. news@eealliance.. To view the latest issue of our publication please.. sign in.. to your account and select The Link Newsletter under the Members Center tab.. Back Issues:.. Spring 2012.. Volume 20, No.. In this issue:.. EEA's 20th Anniversary celebrations.. 2012 Annual Conference - Speakers and Events.. State EE Awards are accepting nominations!.. Individual Giving Campaign Kicks Off.. 2012 ATEEG Course Dates.. EEA Seeks Volunteers.. Awards, Workshops, and Grant opportunities.. Spring 2011.. Volume 19, #2.. Are Your Programs Heading in the Right Direction?.. The Power of Community.. Soulful Landscape Workshop Connects Participants at the 2011 annual conference.. 2011 COOL Grants Expand Outdoor Learning.. The 2011 EEA Conference as Viewed by a First Time Attendee.. EEA Recognizes Award Winners.. Become an EEA Member Today!.. Seeing Opportunity Where Once We Saw Challenge.. The Petey Giroux Dragonfly Takes to the Coast.. EEA Gives Back with a Saturday Service Project: East of Eden Farm.. Winter 2011.. Volume 19, #1.. Sustaining a Changing World at the 2011 EEA Annual Conference.. A Roaring Good Time at this Year's Outdoor Classroom Symposium.. Outdoor Classroom Council Gets a New Name and Logo.. My Journey into Environmental Education, by Cynthia Bohannon-Brown.. Thrilling Events for EEA Members!.. EEA Gives Back with a Saturday Service Project at East of Eden Farm.. EEA Website Gets a New Look!.. Outdoor Classroom Council Completes Service Project in Grant Park.. Fall 2010.. Vol 18, #3.. In this Issue:.. In Search of a Land Ethic, by Karen Garland.. How to Instill a Land Ethic.. Take Education Outdoors: The 2010 Outdoor Classroom Symposium.. Member Trips Cool Off on the Chattahoochee.. The Petey Giroux Dragonfly Grant Gears Up for 2011.. Monarchs in Mexico.. EEA Welcomes New Executive Director.. The Mexico Book Project Needs Your Help.. New Curricula Engages Young People: Project Learning Tree's Environmental Experience for Young People and Project WILD's Growing Up Wild: Exploring Nature with Young Children.. Spring 2010.. Vol 18, #2.. In This Issue:.. Why Georgia Needs an Environmental Literacy Plan, by Karen Garland.. 2010 EEA Award Winners.. The EEA Dragonfly Grant Recipients Soar.. Georgia Educators Experience monarch Migration Magic in Mexico.. 2010 Annual Conference a Success!.. EEA Service Project Blooms with Hope.. Member Services Events ~ Yet Another Perk of EEA Membership!.. Environmental Education Certification Now a Reality in Georgia.. Winter 2010.. Vol 18, #1.. Increase Your Environmental Literacy at the 2010 EEA Annual Conference.. EEA Organizes Another Successful Outdoor Classroom Symposium.. Kim Bailey Receives Award from International Environmental Group.. 2010 EEA Annual Conference Field Trips.. Electronic Recycling is a Good Thing!.. 2010 EEA Annual Conference Keynote Speakers: Darryl Haddock, members of the Central Savannah River Area Environmental Science Education Cooperative, and Dr.. Mildred McClain.. Fall 2009.. Vol 17, #3.. Growing the Outdoor Classroom Movement: Why EEA Hosts an Annual Outdoor Classroom Symposium, by Karen Garland.. Educational Eco-trips to the Monarch Butterfly Overwintering Colonies, by Kim Bailey.. Best Practices: Simple Ways to Help  ...   Across Georgia Pollinator Habitat Certification Program.. Jekyll Island 4-H Center Celebrates 20 Years of Environmental Education and 25 Years as a Summer Camping Facility.. Environmental Education that Makes a Difference: EETAP.. The Next Generation of Birders: Georgia's First Youth Birding Competition, by Tim Keyes.. "Women in the Outdoors" Workshop Teaches Outdoor Skills.. 2005 Award-Winning Georgia Environmental Educators.. Grant Opportunities.. DeKalb County Cooperative Extension Environmental Education Center.. Winter 2006.. Vol 14, #1.. 2006 EEA Annual Conference: Green with EE: The Art, Science, and Business of Environmental Education.. Keynote Speakers: Brian Day, Tony Mills, Ken Voorhis.. Field Trips.. Cafe Verde and Eco-Beneficio: The Nature of Deserts and MOre!.. Pre-conference Afternoon Workshop: "Guidelines for Excellence: An Introduction".. Get Caught "Green Handed".. Fall 2005.. Vol 13, #4.. Evaluation in Environmental Education: Setting a Higher Standard.. Program Evaluation Pitfalls to Avoid.. EEA + College Folks = Success!.. Georgia's Great Outdoor Classrooms.. New Curriculum Makes an Urban Splash.. Piped on Water Activity from The Urban Watershed.. Summer 2005.. Vol 13, #3.. Celebrating Diversity in EE.. Ten Suggestions for Providing EE for Underserved Communities.. Environmental Justice.. 2004 Award Winning Georgia Environmental Educators.. EEA Strategic Plan Draft - August 2005.. 2005 Outdoor Classroom Symposium.. Spring 2005.. Vol 13, #2.. Smog Alert! A GA Air Quality Primer.. Two Metro Atlanta Schools Take on Traffic and Fight For "Better Air".. Pictorial Highlights of the 2005 EEA Conference.. Students Get Their Hands on Clean Air.. 20 Things You Can Do for Cleaner Air.. Winter 2005.. Vol 13, #1.. Keys to Successful Partnerships.. EEA Wins National Award!.. Field Trip Descriptions.. Keynote Speakers.. Oktoberfest in March.. Mardi Gras in the Mountains.. Fall 2003.. Vol 12, #4.. EE and Geography: Science and Social Studies Join Hands.. Winter 2003.. Vol 12, #1.. EEA's Annual Conference.. Georgia EE Providers: Region 4.. Linda Hoody: Connecting Communities and Classrooms Across America.. EEA Awards Ceremony.. Tybee Island Beach Party.. Fall 2002.. Vol 11, #4.. Crossing the Curriculum: 2002 Outdoor Classroom Symposium.. Georgia EE Providers: Region 2.. EEA Spotlight: Anne Shenk.. Sharpening the Educator's Saw.. Mary Linn Elementary School Bog Garden.. News, Notes, and Upcoming Events.. Summer 2002.. Vol 11, #3.. Building Capacity for EE in Georgia.. Certification Program Opportunity for Georgia Environmental Educators.. EEA Spotlight: Richard Osorio.. 2002 EEA Conference Success.. Spring 2002.. Vol 11, #2.. Butterflies Without Borders.. EEA Spotlight: Mary Terry.. EE Model Schools to be Selected in April.. The Georgia Project for Excellence in EE.. More Monarch Resources.. Winter 2002.. Vol 11, #1.. Environmental Education: Everyone, Everywhere, Everyday.. Georgia EE Providers: Region 1.. EEA Spotlight: Cindy Reittinger.. Judy Braus: Bringing Biodiversity Home to Georgia.. Fall 2001.. Vol 10, #4.. Grounding Our Education.. Schoolyard Habitats: Living Classrooms for Place Based Learning.. EEA Spotlight: Vicki Seastrom.. The Georgia Framework for EE.. An Invitation for EEA Members.. Summer 2001.. Vol 10, #3.. Taking the Next Step - Naturally.. Georgia EE Providers: Statewide.. EEA Spotlight: Karen Garland.. EE in K-12 Classrooms: Broad but not Deep.. Spring 2001.. Vol 10, #2.. Defining Non-Formal Education in QCC Terms.. EEA's Annual Conference 2001 a Huge Success!.. Standards for EE: Theory and Practice.. Developing QCC-Relevant EE: Georgia's 4-H Program and Character Education.. Winter 2001.. Vol 10, #1.. Georgia EE Providers: Region 3.. EEA Spotlight: Rebecca Champion.. Take Her Stories Home: Janisse Ray, Keynote Speaker.. Pr-Conference Workshop: Georgia Project Learning Tree Facilitator Training.. The Awards Ceremony of the Year.. Georgia's Environment: Reaching and Teaching Communities..

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