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"Thanks to you, your staff, and the board for another excellent MAEOE conference. With the air filled with innovative ideas and tons of enthusiasm, the conference provided a great chance to connect with potential partners"
Watershed Coordinator, Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
"What I love about the annual MAEOE conference is that it provides education, inspiration and networking opportunities for like minded educators and environmentalists who teach our children to love and care for our planet."
SERT Facilitator, MCPS
"We at Echo Hill had a BLAST at the conference! Thanks for a fabulous time."
Senior Educator, Echo Hill Outdoor School
"Thank you for the honor of presenting at the annual conference. I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and learned a great deal from speaking with the many insightful attendees."
Project Officer, Bloomberg School of Public Health
"Congratulations on a great MAEOE conference! I was able to go to several workshops on Saturday. They were packed full of information I can share with our schools. Thank you for hosting the event."
Previous Green Schools Assistant, Baltimore City Office of Sustainability
Our conference theme, Investigate and Create: the art and science of environmental education will highlight collaboration between disciplines to provide excellence
in Environmental Education.
Our mission: MAEOE encourages, engages and empowers the community to understand, responsibly use and promote the natural world, reflects our hopes and goals for the future.
Through education we can create awareness and empower students to support the communities in which they live, to reflect and act on what they have learned.Check out our "CHESAPEAKE BAY SCIENCE" and "AGRICULTURE EDUCATION" strands for exciting workshops and sessions to build your skills and learn about current best practices. We encourage you to use this weekend as an opportunity to network, learn something new, be inspired to action and discover new resources to support your individual efforts.
We look forward to seeing everyone in February,
John Sandkuhler, Lisa Jones and Lee Derby, co-chairs
Thursday, February 2, 2017 - Sunday, February 5, 2017
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