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Information for the WAEE Newsletter
Opportunities
Organization Spotlight
Upcoming Events

If you were at our 2015 conference in San Diego last fall, you know what an engaging and dynamic conference it was. From the high energy dance troupe that kicked the conference into gear to the inspiring panel of “game changers under 30” who capped things off, the conference featured thought-provoking speakers, hands-on professional learning, and lots of time for fun and networking with colleagues indoors and out.

We want 2016 in Madison to be our biggest conference yet - with you and as many brand new attendees as we can get! Watch the video and get excited to promote 2016 in Madison!

Early Bird Deadline is August 31.
Watch for upcoming WAEE scholarships!

Watch Celebration of Excellence Award Winner Videos
Donate in Honor of 2016 Award Winners
Watch the 'Wisconsin Children's Outdoor Heritage' Video

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Marinette County Land & Water Conservation Division
Marinette, WI – The 11th annual Sand Lake Conservation Camp held at Camp Bird near Crivitz was again a success this year, with 72 campers representing 25 Wisconsin and 2 Upper Michigan counties, and 24 dedicated camp staff.  This event is for youth going into 6-8th grade in the fall and is organized by the Marinette County Land & Water Conservation Division (LWCD). Conservation Camp provides positive educational outdoor experiences, fosters an appreciation for nature, and introduces a variety of natural resources and conservation career opportunities to youth. Learn more.
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WAEE Introduces the Legacy Fund

The WAEE Board has created a Legacy Fund to be used for special projects outside of the normal WAEE budget.This is not a grant program and all funds requested for use must pass a majority board vote. Members of WAEE are encouraged to approach board members with projects that fall within one of the target focus areas of WAEE and strengthen the organization and bring awareness around the state. The board member will share the idea with the entire board at the next scheduled BOD meeting. This board member will be responsible to oversee the project and become a sponsor of the funds and will make a final project report to the board. The board believes that supporting statewide projects outside the budget is an important part of the WAEE mission and a duty of the organization. For more information contact the WAEE office at admin@waee.org or call 715-346-2796.
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
 
Rendezvous on the Terrace alumni and friends event at the Pyle Center's Rooftop Terrrace on September 9, 2016.  Click here for more details and to RSVP.

Jordahl Public Lands Lecture on October 10, 2016. Our speaker this year will be Jonathan Jarvis, Director of the National Park Service. Click here for more details.

Opportunities

 

Community GroundWorks is hiring two Farm to ECE Trainers!
The Farm to ECE Trainers will develop and share materials promoting the best practices in farm to early care and education (ECE) through its Growing Capacity for Farm to Early Care and Education project, funded by a grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation.
For a detailed job description, supplement questions, and application instructions please visit our website.
Deadline to apply is August 31, 2016.


School District Scholarship
Scholarship includes:
1.) Travel, lodging and attendance at the Green Schools Conference
2.) $3,000 grant to assist in implementing a high-impact sustainability project 
3.) Ongoing training
4.) and more
Click here for more information. Deadline August 19.


Employment Opportunities
at  Conserve School
Check the Conserve School website for employment opportunities.

Green Teacher Discount for WAEE Members
This non-profit magazine for youth educators has recently agreed to provide a $2 discount off any of its one year subscriptions, and $3 off its two year subscriptions, to all WAEE members.  Green Teacher has recently re-invented itself. While subscribers continue to receive four quarterly issues of the magazine, they now enjoy full access to Green Teacher’s 55+ webinars. Learn more

Warm up with Webinars!
Green Teacher's upcoming webinars are an interactive way for educators to continue learning about key environmental topics. Our professional development webinar series features some of the most important thinkers in the field of environmental education addressing vital and relevant topics. 
We have six webinars scheduled in the coming months. Registration is FREE and one can obtain a certificate upon completion.
 Learn more and sign up

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Upcoming Events


Polinators in the Northwoods Workshop
Oneida County/Three Lakes Pollinator Partnership 
August 26, 2016  Three Lakes, WI
Learn more

Deliberating Environmental Issues: EIF and Higher Education
Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, August 24 at 3:00 pm
Climate change, drought, energy, biodiversity...How can we facilitate civic deliberation about controversial issues on our college campuses?  Learn more.
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