Annual Conference

Annual Conference

Theme: Building Communitites by Connecting with Nature

October 24-26, 2013

Alta Ski Area

  • Breakout Sessions
  • Workshops
  • Annual Fundraising Bash
  • Outdoor Experiences
  • Roundtable Discussions
  • Annual Networking Meeting

What is the Conference About?

Registration Packet

Keynote Speakers

Thursday Night Film Screening-The City Dark

Lodging Information

Conference Layout 

The Annual Utah Environmental Education Conference is a two-day meeting that will be held in the beautiful alpine setting of Alta Ski Resort. The conference kicks off Thursday evening with an event that is open to the public. The formal conference begins Friday morning and runs through Saturday afternoon. The days are chok-full of breakout sessions, workshops, outdoor experiences, round table discussions, and an annual networking meeting. Friday evening includes dinner, a silent auction, a keynote speaker, and the Share Fair during which participants learn about other organizations offer the field.

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Early-bird Deadline: October 4 - Register Today!

2013 Pricing Table:

*Friday evening includes heavy appetizers, a silent auction, networking opportunities, a keynote address by David Strayer, and the Share Fair during which participants learn about other organizations offer the field.











We have been hosting the Annual Utah Environmental Education Conference since 1989. The purpose of this event is to bring formal and non-formal environmental educators together to network, share resources and best practices, and to improve the overall quality, depth, and breadth of envrionmental education in Utah.

What is USEE?

The Utah Society for Environmental Education (USEE), a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, has been a statewide leader in promoting high quality environmental education in Utah since 1981. USEE encourages environmental literacy by teaching Utahans how to think, not what to think, about the environment.

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