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Last Chance to Register! http://goo.gl/eP7LCs
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The CA Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (AEOE) is proud to announce our Statewide Spring Conference, April 29 - May 1, 2016 at Camp Hess Kramer in Malibu, CA. Registration is now open at https://aeoe.org/events/aeoe-statewide-spring-conference-2016.

We look forward to our keynotes Dr. Gerald Lieberman, who will help us connect the dots between EE and the Next Generation Science Standards, and Chris Duffy, an inspirational comedian and teacher. The conference will feature over 60 workshops, Happy Hour (Networking/Job Fair/Craft Fair), Saturday night entertainment by the live band Send Medicine as well as fellow EE/OE'rs in an Open Mic event, and more. Join us!

Tonight is Tech After Dark with iFixit at Luis Wine Bar! See you at 6:30 PM!

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Join us for the next Tech After Dark on Tuesday, February 2 at 6:30 pm! iFixit will be speaking at this event at Luis Wine Bar in SLO. 
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California Arbor Week is March 7-14, and California ReLeaf has plenty of ways for your classroom to get involved! Besides the return of our annual Poster Contest for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders, we are also introducing an all-new Video Contest for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. This year’s theme is Trees and Water: Sources of Life (Árboles y Agua: Fuentes de Vida) to get students thinking about the vital connection between trees and water in California.  Contest deadline: February 12, 2016 

There are cash prizes for the Statewide winner for each grade level ($100) and the Statewide winner’s teacher or leader ($50). New for 2016 is a School Participation prize: the schools with the greatest numbers of students participating in each contest will be entered in a drawing, and one school from each contest will win $500 for their campus! Artwork by the winners will be exhibited outside Governor Brown’s office during Arbor Week and at the State Fair this coming summer.
 
But wait, there’s more: we also have brand new lesson plans for both elementary and middle school classes, each aligning with Common Core standards and engaging students in integrated fashion. Teachers and other educational leaders, go to our “For Educators” page (http://arborweek.org/for-educators/) to print off contest rules, download lesson plans, view past winners, and more. 

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