KACEE helps teachers engage their students in the outdoors through environmental education (EE) professional development, programs like Kansas Green Schools and WILD Kansas, and by connecting them with EE networks and resources.

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GROWING ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY

IN KANSAS

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One of the first and largest conservation and environmental education organizations in the nation, KACEE is a 501(c)3 non-profit established in 1969. At the core of our work is educator professional development, bringing environmental education (EE) to classrooms all across Kansas.

eeGuidance: Advancing Environmental & Outdoor Learning Using Federal, State, and Local Funding

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

FOR FORMAL AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATORS IN KANSAS. 

INTEGRATE EE INTO YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE.

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KANSAS GREEN SCHOOLS

FOR DISTRICTS, SCHOOLS, AND TEACHERS IN KANSAS WHO WANT TO BECOME PART OF THE KGS NETWORK.

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JOIN KACEE FOR INFORMATIONAL EE WEBINARS, VIRTUAL MONTHLY EVENTS, ANNUAL EE CONFERENCE, AND MORE.

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MEMBERSHIP

FOR FORMAL AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATORS, PARENTS, STATE AGENCY EMPLOYEES, STUDENTS, AND KANSANS INTERESTED IN KACEE'S WORK.

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Educators have participated in KACEE professional development

1M+

Students have been impacted by KACEE programs since 2008

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The cost per student to run KACEE's programs

52

Years that KACEE has been active in Kansas

Support Kansas students and teachers' access to environmental education by supporting KACEE this fall.

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AND WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE AN ENVIRONMENTALLY LITERATE CITIZENRY IN KANSAS

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LEARN ABOUT WHAT WE DO IN KANSAS

Professional development for educators is at the heart of what we do.

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All the Latest Updates

Recent and upcoming events, KACEE in the news, new initiatives, and more. 

Get to Know Us

KACEE is run by a small staff of women who are passionate about promoting environmental literacy in Kansas.

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UPCOMING EVENTS.

LATEST NEWS.