SEEM is an informal community of individuals and organizations that supports science and environmental education in the Madison area.
Join us! SEEM meets on a regular basis to share innovative ideas, best practices, and to discuss timely topics impacting the field. It also provides a platform for professional networking and collaboration.
Date: February 21, 2020 9-11:30am
Location: Aldo Leopold Nature Center – 330 Femrite Drive, Monona
Topics and Presentations:
- Climate Change Profile & Public Health Impact: Keith Reopelle, Director of Dane County Office of Energy & Climate Change
- Connecting Children & Nature – Where are we now?: Justin Svingen, Public Health Planner at Public Health Madison & Dane County
- Updates from the Department of Public Instruction: Victoria Rydberg, Environmental Education Consultant at DPI
- ALNC tour of remodeled facility and Nature Preschool: Mike Strigel, Executive Director of the Aldo Leopold Nature Center
SEEM Meetings are free and welcome to all who wish to attend. Please RSVP so we can plan for refreshments:Register Now!
Stay in Touch!
Want to stay up to date on upcoming SEEM meetings or announcements from the members? Join the listserv by emailing a blank email to email@example.com
Or, want to reach out to the entire SEEM membership? Simply email your message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need to reach out to SEEM member or connect with someone you met at a meeting? Use the SEEM Directory.SEEM Directory
Want to provide input on what SEEM Meetings mean to you and how they can be improved?Take the SEEM Survey