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2015 PAEE Annual Conference
March 12th & 15th 2015
Lake Raystown Resort, Conference Center
3101 Chipmunk Crossing, Entriken, PA 166638    1-814-658-3500

Thursday March 12th: Preconference all day workshops
  • Facilitator Training – Project Learning Tree
  • Facilitator Training – Project Wet
Full Conference: Breakfast Friday March 13th through - Grab-N-G0 breakfast Sunday March 15th

Lodging Information: Lodging for this conference is SEPARATE from PAEE Conference registration. Call the conference center - 814-658-3500 to make your own reservation. The Lodge and a few cabins are available. Traditionally Raystown does not open lodging until April, but they do open for us early.
Ask for the PAEE Conference discount. Be prepared with your credit card and expect the charge to be withdrawn at time of reservation.

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Conference at a Glance   /   Conference Workshops (days/times/rooms)

*EE Certification: Three workshops will be offered during the conference toward PAEE EE Certification for Non-formal environmental educators. Please check the conference workshop list for titles and time. For more information on the certification, visit the EE Certification portion of this website. You may apply for the $200 Kathleen Paul memorial conference scholarship as you register, if you are pursuing the certification.
  CONNECTIONS are what we all have in common in the field of environment and environmental education. We are all faced with the task and even personal imperative to build connections between the environment and those around us. And to do it well, how do we build lasting connections?

The 2015 PAEE conference provides workshops and experiences by people who strive to build connections every day.
These workshops fit under four areas:
  • Teaching Methods - how do we use teaching methods to make the best connections?
  • Model programs - what programs exist to serve as effective models we can use in our own work setting?
  • Environment - what environmental issues exist and how do connect people to these issues and approaches to the issues?
  • End goals - how do we effectively achieve our end goals such as stewardship and sustainability as we educate?

Ed Silcox General Scholarships

The general scholarship fund for PAEE was initiated by Ed Silcox.
These scholarships are open to any conference participant.

For an application for these scholarships, click here.

Your generous donation will allow PAEE to continue to fulfill our mission with projects and programs that will provide the best possible environmental education programs to Pennsylvania’s citizens.
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PAEE's Mission
"The Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators unites, supports, and empowers a community of Environmental Educators throughout Pennsylvania."

Kathleen Lydia Paul Scholarship

Funds collected through The Kathleen Paul Memorial Fund will go towards scholarships for the PAEE Conference, EE Certification, and for someone majoring in Environmental Education.

For more information on the the scholarship, or to make donations, click here.
Kathleen Lydia Paul
PAEE is proud to serve as the Pennsylvania affiliate of the North America Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). The Affiliate Network promotes collaboration for maximum effectiveness and efficiency and a unified voice for Environmental Education across North America and beyond.