Environmental Education Association of Illinois Annual Conference


Date and Time:

Thursday, March 11, 2021, 1:30pm to Saturday, March 13, 2021, 1:00pm

March 11-13, 2021
EEAI Annual Conference

Ensuring the health of the planet starts with having a population that understands the environmental problems our world is currently facing and has the knowledge, skills and motivation to take actions on solving those problems. You as educators, either formal or non-formal, are at the forefront of this work. It is you who inspire students to care about nature; it is you who teach students about the connections between natural systems and human communities; it is you who support students in feeling empowered to make a difference. 

The 2021 EEAI Annual Conference, in a virtual format, along with the opportunity for some regional field experiences, will provide you with the tools you need to educate and inspire the next generation. This year’s conference strands are as follows:

  • Water-Related Education
  • water conservation
  • aquatic habitats
  • water related community-based science programs
  • Community Engagement
  • Innovative Programming for a Digital World
  • Support for Educators during COVID
  • Non-formal and Formal Education Partnerships

EEAI is beyond excited to announce James Edward Mills from The Joy Trip Project as the keynote speaker for the
‚Äč2020 EEAI Annual Conference. He will be speaking on Thursday, March 11 at 7:00pm CST to kick off the conference. 


How to apply/register:

Members and nonmembers are invited! To register, please visit: EEAI Annual Conference 2021 (accelevents.com)