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GLRPPR Contacts: Environmental Education Association of Illinois

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Environmental Education Association of Illinois
Hollis School
5613 W. Tuscarora Road
Peoria, IL 61607
Telephone: 309-697-1325
www.eeai.net/
kzuckerm@insightbb.com

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  • What does EEAI do?
    • Sponsors exciting and informative environmental education conferences in conjunction with EEAI's spring membership meeting. The EEAI Spring Conference is held at scenic locations throughout the state of Illinois. Once every four years, EEAI sponsors the Midwest Environmental Education Conference, which draws participants from throughout the nation. Both the annual EEAI conference and the Midwest conference offer a variety of presentations, exhibits, and special events of particular interest to environmentalists.
    • Promotes several supplemental environmental education curricula including; Project WILD, Project WILD/Aquatic, Project Learning Tree, CLASS Project, and Project WET. In addition, EEAI promotes education projects that focus on Illinois; Illinois Groundwater, Solid Waste Reduction and the 3R's Project. All of these efforts are made cooperatively with with the Illinois State Board of Education, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources and other private and public organizations.
    • Publishes the Illinois Environmental Education UPDATE; the only periodical in Illinois devoted to current information and ideas about environmental education.
    • Reviews and makes recommendations regarding environmental education materials, trains workshop facilitators and locates funding sources to implement high quality environmental education programs.

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