At MAEE’s recent Peace, Love, Coffee event, Jenna Totz, MAEE Board Member and Climate Change Education Manager at Climate Generation, mentioned the book Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Climate Change. I was intrigued by this book but was especially intrigued by the chapter on food and food waste.
We are proud to announce the 2018 MAEE Annual Conference — Making Connections.
Join Minnesota Association for Environmental Education in collaboration with Peace Coffee, Climate Generation, and Como Park Zoo and Conservatory, for a morning of coffee, learning, and fun!
At the beginning of the year, I made a resolution to read more books. However, I didn’t want to read just any type of book. I wanted those books to help me in my career. As the Education Manager at Climate Generation, I get to help students and teachers understand the science, impacts, and solutions to climate change.
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018 Time: 5:00 pm Social Hour 6:00-8:00 Trivia Location: Urban Growler Brewing Co. 2325 Endicott St. St. Paul, MN Come celebrate Arbor Day with MAEE with some environmentally themed trivia! Participant Cost: $5/Trivia Team Prizes will be given to the top three teams!
This year, MAEE held our first annual online Annual Fund. With a donation during our Annual Fund Drive, we offered gifts for each level of donation. We want to thank the following donors for their donation of $10 or more.
By: Brigid Murphy, Guest Blogger When preparing for the holidays, many people, including myself, are thinking about charitable giving. My question is: which organization has the most impact with your money? With so many environmental organizations to donate to it’s really hard to choose! It’s also hard to know where your money is going. Does it just get absorbed …
We have big news! We are pleased and excited to announce that SEEK has a new home with the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education (MAEE).
This year, MAEE was proud to recognize four people who have impacted the Environmental Education field in positive ways. We celebrated these awardees with a Social at Eastman Nature Center on Sunday afternoon, November 5th. The Awards Social allowed time for the recipients of the awards to celebrate with their families and friends as well as to share their thoughts on the work they and others have done for Environmental Education in Minnesota.
It was an idyllic autumn day when fellow MAEE board member, River Ostrow, and I set off from St. Paul, MN to the regional Midwest Environmental Education Conference in St. Charles, IL. Hosted by the Environmental Education Association of Illinois (www.eeai.net), this year’s conference theme was “Live in the Now, Focus on the Future”. We saw that theme in action through workshops, education sessions, field trips, and featured speakers.