Environmental Education Association of South Carolina

Save the Date for the 2019 EEASC Conference!

June 9-11, 2019
Moore Farms Botanical Garden
Lake City, SC
Details TBA!

Call for 2019 Conference Session Proposals

Have a great session you would like to propose for the 2019 EEASC Conference at Moore Farms Botanical Garden in Lake City, SC June 9-11? Please submit your proposal by January 31, 2019!

Registration Deadline:
July 14!

For questions, contact conference@eeasc.org.

Conference Site

EdVenture Children's Museum
EdVenture Children's Musem


Community to Classroom
Classroom to Community
EEASC 2015 Conference

Registration Now CLOSED

Tuesday and Wednesday, July 21-22
EdVenture Children’s Museum
Columbia, SC

About the Conference

At this conference we will be exploring models for formal and informal educators to collaborate in and out of the classroom and to provide opportunities for students to improve and educate their communities about environmental issues and action.

Family Friendly!

Bring your children to the Bike Ride (13 and older) and State Museum with us! Just add them when you register.

You can also sign your child up for one of four Day Camp options we've arranged with EdVenture.

  • Four Alarm Fire
  • Spa Science
  • Robotastic
  • Molecular Munchables

EEASC conference registrants can choose a special 1 or 2 day option during the conference rather than the full week general public option. Click the Kid's Day Camp option when you register, and we will send you details on signing up for these camps!

Thanks to EdVenture for making these day camps possible!

Draft Agenda

Pre-Conference Activities

Tuesday, July 21 (1:00 pm – 8:00 pm)

  • 1:00-4:00 pm  Project WILD Curriculum Training + L
  • 1:00-2:30 pm  Green Steps School Training + L
  • 2:30-4:00 pm  Columbia Canal Bike Ride + L CANCELLED
  • 5:00-8:00 pm  Second Shift Tuesday at the State Museum +

Conference Day

Wednesday, July 22 (8:00 am – 4:00 pm) *

  • Environmental Outreach at EdVenture (Daniel Cummins)
  • Plants for People: Edible and Medicinal Gardens (Dr. Todd Beasley)
  • Plants for Wildlife: Campus Habitats (Dr. Arlene Marturano)
  • Plants for Water Quality: Rain Gardens (Betsy Kaemmerlen)
  • Make-and-Take/Share Stations
  • Silent Auction

Additional Notes

Lodging: Lodging is own your own. Several hotels can be found near EdVenture.

+ Preregistration and/or additional fee required.

L Limited Space Available

* Lunch is included in the conference registration. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accommodate special dietary needs.

Environmental Education Association of South Carolina, Inc.

701 Gervais St., Suite 150-538

Columbia, SC 29201-3066

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