EENC Events

EENC hosts several activities every year, including our annual conference and section events. The following events are those sponsored or promoted by EENC.

There are many other environmental education opportunities offered throughout the state that are not offered through EENC. Visit the NC Office of Environmental Education's event calendar to explore other opportunities!

Upcoming events

    • 27 Sep 2018
    • 29 Sep 2018
    • Millennium Hotel, Durham, NC
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    Thanks you for your patience as we worked to finalize the details of the 2018 EENC Conference, in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. We are happy to announce the new location is the Millennium Hotel in Durham! 

    They are located at 2800 Campus Walk Avenue; near Duke University and just 10 minutes from downtown Durham. See pictures and learn more on their website. We are very thankful to them for helping us plan a conference in a week! 

    New Registrations

    Now that the conference is taking place in Durham, we have decided to open registration for a very limited time. If you know someone who was not registered but wanted to come, registration will be open until Monday, Sept. 24th, at Noon.

    Hotel Reservations

    All of the hotel rooms at Millennium were recently renovated. Most of the rooms available to us have two queen beds. The cost for a room is $129 per night plus taxes. This is the same rate we had at DoubleTree Atlantic Beach. The room rate is available from Wednesday, September 26 to Saturday, September 29. 

    Call 919-383-8575 to make a reservation. Tell them you are with Environmental Educators of North Carolina. You must book your hotel by Wednesday, September 26. You will need to make a despot of one nights stay. The deposit is refundable if the hotel received notice of an individual's cancellation by 4 pm EST on the day of arrival. 

    Workshop and Field Trips

    The Thursday workshop- Why Inclusion Matters for your Teaching, Programs, and Facility is on as scheduled! As people cancel we also might have some spaces open. If you are interested in attending, please complete the registration form. You will be put on a list and notified early next week if you are in. You will not be asked to pay for the workshop until your arrival.

    Of course, the original Thursday field trips have been cancelled. However, since we are close to a lot of awesome places in Durham we are working on some new field trips. We owe a huge thanks to our wonderful partners and sponsors who are helping make this all possible! Field trips will be offered for FREE on a first-come, first served sign-up at the registration desk. You’ll be able to choose from the following options (and potentially more!!):

    - AM program at Duke Gardens

    - Full day exploration at the Museum of Life + Science

    - PM Hike at Eno River State Park

    - PM Tour at Duke Lemur Center

    - PM Tour at The Hub Farm

    All field trips will include lunch at the hotel, and will be drive-yourself (or find/make friends and carpool!). We’re working on exact times and final details - but we’ll have all the information at the desk when registration opens at 7:30 am. So come early on Thursday to explore, potentially earn some criteria II if you need it, and get some recharge time in nature with other educators!

    Cancelling Conference Registration

    We realize that some of you will no longer be able to make it to the conference, either due to Hurricane Florence or because of the new location. If you need to cancel your registration completely or just make adjustments, please complete this online form immediately.

    If you do not remember the details of your registration, please log into your EENC account to view.

    If you should have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


    Conference Registration Co-Chairs
    Tanya Poole, EENC Secretary

    eencsecretary@gmail.com


    Mara Mitchell, EENC Policy Chair

    eencpolicy@gmail.com

Past events

22 Sep 2018 Rumbling Bald and Beers - Western Section Event
19 Sep 2018 Presentations for Impact (NAAEE Webinar)
15 Sep 2018 Central Section Book Club: Sting of the Wild
23 Aug 2018 Salamaders and Suds - Western Section Event
21 Aug 2018 NAAEE Webinar: Evaluating and Improving Out Impact on Behavior Change
29 Jul 2018 Central Section: Nature Book Club
24 Jul 2018 New Ideas for Sustainability, Social Theories, and More (NAAEE Webinar)
28 Jun 2018 Advancing EE and the Children and Nature Movement: Bringing Research to Life (NAAEE Webinar)
15 Jun 2018 Central Section Meetup: Scrappy Hour DIY Garden Art + Decor
15 Jun 2018 Piedmont-Western Section Mini-conference
30 Apr 2018 Science Standards (NGSS) and EE in Schools (NAAEE Webinar)
27 Apr 2018 City Nature Challenge (Piedmont Section Event)
21 Apr 2018 Statewide Star Party
21 Apr 2018 A Time for Science Earth Day
20 Apr 2018 Family Star Party Gathering
15 Apr 2018 EENC Nature Book Club "Wicked Plants" Field Trip
25 Mar 2018 Nature Book Club (Central Section Event)
20 Mar 2018 Disruptive Storytelling: How to Go Beyond Hero, Victim, Villain (NAAEE Webinar)
17 Mar 2018 A Time for Science Expo (Eastern Section Event)
01 Mar 2018 Science Trivia at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences (Central Section Event)
22 Feb 2018 STRAWS: A Screening and Panel Discussion (Central Section Event)
10 Feb 2018 NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education Workshop (Piedmont Section Event)
30 Jan 2018 How to Win the Internet and Influence People: Using Real Stories to Combat Fake News
30 Oct 2017 Telling Your Story with Maps (Green Teacher Webinar)
25 Oct 2017 Eco-system Monitoring Programs (Green Teacher Webinar)
18 Oct 2017 NAAEE Conference
29 Sep 2017 EENC 2017 Conference
27 Sep 2017 Best Practices in School Gardens (Green Teacher Webinar)
24 Jul 2017 Excellence in Environmental Education: The NAAEE Guidelines
13 May 2017 Naturalist Rally (Central Section Event)
09 May 2017 Introducing NAAEE's Guidelines for Excellence in Community Engagement (NAAEE Webinar)
25 Apr 2017 Wild Contagious Hope (NAAEE Webinar)
22 Sep 2016 An Evening with Richard Louv

Environmental Educators of North Carolina

P.O. Box 4904
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-4904

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