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Phone: 785-532-3322
2610 Claflin
Manhattan
Kansas 66502
USA
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Target demographics: Environmental educators of PreK-12 Kansas children

Direct beneficiaries per year: 3500+ Educators

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Volunteer options include help with special events like our conference, awards celebration, the Topeka Water Festival, our annual membership meeting as well as helping to host and provide environmental education workshops and trainings across the state.

Geographic areas served: State of Kansas

Programs: KACEE is the state coordinator for Project Learning Tree/PLT Secondary Modules, Project WET, Project WILD and Project WILD Aquatic. In addition, KACEE coordinates WET in the City and the Leopold Education Project in Kansas.

Mission:
The Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education(KACEE) promotes and provides effective, non-biased and science-basedenvironmental education to all Kansans.
Results:
KACEE has provided educational training and resources for more than 20,000 Kansas educators using high quality environmental education programs like Project Learning Tree, Project WET, Project WILD, Project WILD Aquatic, and the Leopold Education (early childhood, K-8 and secondary programs).

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10/16/13
KACEE is an invaluable part of environmental education in the state of Kansas. Their professionalism, expertise, and enthusiasm go above and beyond any other organization of their kind. KACEE's impact on EE is seen not only in this state, but nationwide. They strive and succeed to provide the most ... more »
10/16/13
KACEE's trainings and programs have been instrumental in my training as an environmental educator. In fact, they not only offered the first training I attended as a novice naturalist back in 1997, but they were the most recent training I attended - fall of 2012 - as well. This ability to stay ... more »
10/16/13
During 2004, KACEE empowered my Eco-Futurist facilitator role during USEPA Region 7 Four-State Enviro-Educator Leadership Conference. That experience led me into a KDHE-KWO funded Kansas Environmental Leadership Program (KELP Class 6-2005). Both TravelKS Frontier Military Historic Byway (AGR-... more »
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Volunteer options include help with special events like our conference, awards celebration, the Topeka Water Festival, our annual membership meeting as well as helping to host and provide environmental education workshops and trainings across the state.

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