WHAT IS CAEE?
There is an enormous array of environmental education (EE) programming, and the effectiveness of that collective effort is as important as are the separate results of any individual program or project. The Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) facilitates communication, cooperation, collaboration, and coordination among the varied environmental education programs in the state.
CAEE was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 1989 to serve the shared interests of public agencies, businesses, teachers, community organizations and individuals distributing and using EE materials and programs. It is a neutral and objective source of information related to EE in Colorado, and a voice for EE's important role in the balance between societal needs and environmental quality.
History of projects:
WHO IS CAEE?
CAEE is growing thanks to the over 300 members from across Colorado. Our members include teachers, students, informal educators, public agency employees, retirees, and many more. Please join us - all are welcome! Members may also participate on the advisory council and committees. The CAEE Board of Directors oversees the official management and supervision of CAEE and implements the annual workplan.
We are offering significantly more membership benefits than ever before and are excited about CAEE's future programs and membership opportunities. By supporting CAEE as a member, you will receive the following benefits:
Through CAEE, you will have many opportunities to become involved in EE throughout the state. Some of CAEE's current projects include:
To become a member click here.
To receive a brochure and membership information, please e-mail us your name, address, and daytime phone number . If you prefer you may also download a membership form.
DIRECTIONS TO CAEE
From I-70, take Colfax Ave exit. Go east to Indiana.
From westbound Sixth Ave., take Indiana exit and go north
* Indiana curves westbound and becomes South Golden Road. One quarter mile from the curve, there are driveways on both sides of the road for Camp George West.Turn left (south); go through the stone pillars at the gate and look for the second stone house on your left, Building 68.
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