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April 12, 2010

Celebrate EE Week!

Celebrate EE Week - become a professional member now at 1/2 price!
Sunday, April 11 - Saturday, April 17, 2010

Have you ever wanted to be more involved with the Utah Society for Environmental Education? Have you thought about becoming a member, but never made the leap? Now is your chance!

USEE is offering 1/2 priced Professional and discounted Student/Retired memberships during EE Week!!

Why become a member of the Utah Society for Environmental Education?

By becoming a member of USEE, you are joining a growing group that supports high quality environmental education throughout the state and your community. You are also gaining a network of other formal and non-formal environmental educators and community leaders who are helping to build a strong future for Utah's diverse communities to be engaged in the development of an environmentally literate citizenry. And did we mention the networking opportunities that await you?

Not convinced yet? Click here for a list of membership benefits!

So what are you waiting for? Become a professional member of USEE today!

What is EE Week?

National Environmental Education Week is a program of the National Environmental Education Foundation and the nation's largest environmental education event. Held each year the week before Earth Day, EE Week inspires environmental learning and stewardship among K-12 students by connecting educators with environmental resources to promote students' understanding of the environment.

EE Week is "a time to get involved in lessons and activities that teach valuable environmental skills."
--- Lisa Jackson (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator)

Good News!

Governor Gary Herbert declared April 11 - April 17, 2010 as Utah Environmental Education Week!

Thank you to USEE Member Ron Hellstern for getting the ball rolling and contacting Governor Herbert about EE Week!

1 comment:

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