Join us as we travel down rivers through time to encounter the rich human history and natural wonders that have defined Alabama.
Along the way, we will celebrate an array of magnificent rivers filled with unique plants and animals, shaped over the ages by a remarkably diverse geology. Accept the challenge to restore and protect our rivers for their economic, cultural, and ecological benefits, but most of all because it is the right thing to do.
Text adapted from the back cover of Alabama Rivers, A Celebration & Challenge by Dr. Bill Deutsch
EEAA is partnering with McDowell Environmental Center and Farm School for the second annual EEAA Science Day Camp for Teachers!
On Monday, March 30, 2020, you will have the opportunity to explore the woods, streams, canyons, and farm with our professional naturalists and instructors. You can learn more about why there is such a buzz about connecting your students to the natural world and the foods they eat! You will also get membership in the Environmental Education Association of Alabama (EEAA) and a delicious lunch for the cost of only $35 per person.
The day will start with registration from 8-9:00, then a full morning of fun and adventure, lunch, and an afternoon of more experiential learning for teachers! We will end the day at about 3:00 for you to head home. Want to come the day before and not have such an early morning on Monday? We can work that out as well! Contact for more information.