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What is the MEES Conference?

Offered annually since 1990, the MEES conference is known for its innovative presentations, as well as a place to network with peers and friends, and to learn new skills and ideas in the field of environmental education.  It is held the first or second Wednesday in March at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.

The MEES Conference brings together environmental educators from all regions of Massachusetts, and from a variety of industries including K – 12 schools, nature centers, urban environmental programs, museums … and many more.  It is a wonderful way to connect with other educators from across the state and New England. One of the things our attendees have said they appreciate most about our conference is the networking opportunities that the conference presents.

Past Conferences

The variety and high quality of workshops and conference themes has continued to draw educators and environmentalists to our conference for over 30 years. For more information about past conferences please browse the brochures:

2014: Environmental Literacy for the Next Generation

2015: Our Common Wealth: Environmental Education is for Everyone

2016: The Language of Climate Change

2017: Vision 40: Looking to the Past to Inform our Future

2018 Conference

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