NYSOEA 2020 Annual Conference

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Join the 52nd Annual Conference of the New York State Outdoor Educator's Association: The Climate of Outdoor Education

Registration includes two days of virtual sessions (Friday/Saturday) PLUS outdoor regional in-person outings led by our members. We're virtual for the first time in NYSOEA history, but the things you love about the conference haven't gone anywhere.

  • Educational workshops for outdoor educators
  • Annual meeting
  • Keynote speaker and panels
  • Regional meetings
  • NYSOEA member art expo
  • Auction
  • Dedicated time for networking with other professionals
  • Awards for outstanding members
  • Game night and cocktail hours

Need to renew your membership first? Click Here

Interested in hosting an exhibitor or vendor booth? Email the conference committee: [email protected]

Need financial assistance? Click Here to Apply

Check out the schedule below for more details or visit the conference page of our website.

Sign up for regional outings: Link Coming Soon

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Schedule

· Stage
Welcome to NYSOEA 2020!
Welcome event and cocktail hour
· Stage
Trivia Night
TRIVIA
· Expo
Sponsor and Vendor Booths Available
· Sessions
Workshop Block A
Option 1: How to Start a 2030 Club; Option 2: Teaching Climate in a Classroom Setting; Option 3: Climate/Being Our Natural Selves
· Sessions
Workshop Block B
Option 1: Animal Emergency Protocol Round Table; Option 2: Meaningful Watershed Experience 101; Option 3: Seining, But Make It Virtual
· Sessions
Workshop Block C
Option 1: Leave No Trace Awareness for Educators; Option 2: Ten Resources for Climate Change in Ten Categories; Option 3: Using Gardens and Farmstands in EE
· Sessions
Lunch & Networking: Regional Meetings
Regional meetings and networking during lunch
· Stage
Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting
· Stage
Keynote: Jennifer Kretser
Director of Climate Initiatives, The Wild Center. Creator of the Youth Climate Summit
Jen Kretser
· Stage
Cocktail Hour: Battle of the Bugs
Grab a drink (or 5) and catch up with friends while you watch esteemed educators battle out why their bug is the best. YOU choose the winning bug!
· Expo
Art Expo
Check out some New York artists at your leisure, including NYSOEA member art!
· Stage
EAI: Keeping the Momentum
NYSOEA Equality Access & Inclusion Committee presents: Keeping the Momentum Panel
· Sessions
Lunch & Networking: Committee Meetings
Committee Meetings or Networking during lunch
· Sessions
Workshop Block D
Option 1: Covid-19 Digital Trends in OE; Option 2: Maple & Monarchs: Climate's Affect on Seasonal Programming
Elijah Kruger
· Sessions
Workshop Block E
Option 1: What Beavers Teach Us About Climate Change; Option 2: Stream Sampling with Bilingual Curriculum
· Sessions
Panel Discussion

Speakers

Elijah Kruger
Elijah Kruger

Letchworth State Park

Jen Kretser
Jen Kretser

Director of Climate Initiatives, The Wild Center

Tickets

From $60.00 to $120.00
Hosted by

New York State Outdoor Education Association

Booths

Wolf Tree Design

Wolf Tree Design

Graphic panel design, exhibit development, interpretive planning

NYSOEA Member Art

NYSOEA Member Art

Member Art

Acorn Naturalists

Acorn Naturalists

Acorn Naturalists