Friday October 7, 2016 at 1:00 PM CDT
Sunday October 9, 2016 at 12:00 PM CDT

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Northwood University 
1114 W FM 1382
Cedar Hill, TX 75104

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Linda Bartley 
Texas Association for Environmental Education 
214 394 8784 

TAEE: Texas Association for Environmental Education 2016 Conference 

Join TAEE to celebrate Environmental Education in Texas.

Environmental Literacy - Success Through Partnerships

October 7-9, 2016

Northwood University, Cedar Hill, Texas in southwest Dallas County

Keynote Speaker:

Cal Martin from Ottawa, Canada  

National Chair of Interpretation Canada

Interpretive Consultant through Frog In Your Pocket


Conference fees:

Three day conference includes presentations, Friday dinner/social, Saturday lunch, and Saturday evening social event.  Early-bird fee is $140. After September 18 fee is $165

Saturday one-day registration includes Saturday lunch.  Early-bird fee is $85.  After September 18 fee is $110.

Conference registration includes membership in TAEE: Texas Association for Environmental Education

Conference Schedule:

Click here for  complete conference program; location, schedule, sessions, field trips, Silent Auction and Book Sale. 

Conference includes Field trips, short courses, dinner and social on Friday, Keynote speaker, sessions, and social on Saturday, and sessions and field trips on Sunday.

Silent Auction and Book Sale with all proceeds supporting Enviornmental Education in Texas.

Click here for short listing of conference schedule.

Sessions: Earn CPE, EECU, and/or Texas Master Naturalist Advanced Training credits

Click here for session descriptions.

A sample of session topics:

Growing Up Wild training on Friday afternoon

Project Learning Tree: Green Schools

Ethnobotany - Texas Wild Edibles History and Walk

TAEE Vision 2017

Field Trips:

Click here for Field Trips Descriptions.

Free admission to Dallas Zoo and Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Kayak trip and behind-the-scene tours are offered.

Lodging options:  TAEE is pleased to offer two lodging options.  Northwood University has on-site housing in motel style rooms each with two beds, private bath and linens.  You may choose single or double occupancy.  If you choose double occupancy you may designate a room mate or TAEE will assign one.  Two nights lodging with Saturday and Sunday breakfasts will be $80 for double occupancy or $120 for single occupancy.  There is limited availability so register now.

Holiday Inn Express in Cedar Hill has offered a reduce rate for conference attendees;  $99.00 standard and $119.00 king suite per night.  Breakfast is included.  Click here for a direct link to the hotel registration for the conference.  If you call directly to reserve rooms , 972-291-4037, mention TAEE.

The Texas Association for Environmental Education envisions residents who possess the knowledge, skills, attitudes and commitment to be stewards of the unique resources of Texas.

Participate in the TAEE 2016 Conference and join others who have committed themselves to this vision.  Make plans now to attend the TAEE 2016 Conference. We look forward to seeing you there!