Join us Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15 for a fun-filled conference and networking opportunity. We will continue our family-friendly activities this year so bring the whole crew! Children will be able to participate in hands-on presentations geared just for them.
Following a full day of concurrent sessions, onsite and offsite workshops and networking time on Friday, we will head over to the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. We will host a locally-catered dinner followed by live music from nationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter Jim Scott. An exciting acoustic guitarist, singer, and composer of powerful music that furthers the ideals of ecology, justice, and peace, Jim makes an impact on hearts and minds across the world. Find out more about him at www.jimscottmusic.com . After the concert, you won’t want to miss KAEE’s live auction for great deals on locally made artwork, EE curricula, books and more!
Rooms and cabins are being held for $64.95 a night. Be sure to make your reservations soon! To save money and practice sustainability, consider staying at the campground for $22.00 a night. Early Bird conference registration will open June 15th. For more information about Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, please visit: http://parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/lake-cumberland/default.aspx
The Call for Proposals has officially opened and an online submission form can be found on our website: http://kaee.org/conference/call-for-proposals. Please feel free to share this link with others if you'd like them to submit a proposal for our review. We're always interested in hearing from new presenters about the many facets of environmental education.