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Celebrating the Colorado Plateau: Water Within a Landscape

Sponsoring Organization: 
Bioregional Outdoor Education Program

Bioregional Outdoor Education Project
Annual Conference
March 3-4, 2012
Monticello High School
Monticello, UT

Celebrating the Colorado Plateau: Water Within a Landscape
The BOEP welcomes your submission for their annual spring conference in the heart of the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado Plateau Bioregional Outdoor Education Conference is part of the Four Corners School of Outdoor Education's Bioregional Outdoor Education Project. BOEP was started in 1999 to allow students and teachers to study their roles in the natural and cultural heritage of the Colorado Plateau. This conference is held annually to bring together K-8 teachers and other educators to learn how to better incorporate bioregionally focused, place-based, hands-on, outdoor education into their classrooms.

Conference sessions should reflect place-based, bioregional, and/or outdoor education philosophy, pertaining specifically to the Colorado Plateau. Presenters will have 90 minute sessions on Saturday or Sunday morning. Last year’s conference drew 50, K-8 educators from the Colorado Plateau and we are expecting about the same this year.

To submit a proposal go to the Four Corners School website to download the forms. Proposals are due by Dec 15, 2011.

Presenters have their registration fee waived but do need to register for the conference and make lodging arrangements. Registration will begin in February 2012.

Questions? Please contact Kristen Trejos, AZ Regional Coordinator, at ktrejos@boep.org or 720-933-0246.

Submission Type : 
Conference or Event
Other Location Information: 
This conference is in Utah, but it is open to anyone interested. The BOEP program includes all 4 corners states.
Ongoing Event: 
Event Season: 
Spring (March - May)
Event Date: 
03/03/12 to 03/04/12
Cost to Attend: 
Program Contact Information
Program Contact : 
Kristen Trejos, AZ Regional Coordinator
ktrejos [at] boep.org
University or College Affiliation: 
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What types of communities do you serve?(Urban/Rural): 
Target Audience: 
K-5th Grade
6-8th Grade
K-12th Grade Teachers
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students
Underrepresented Minorities in General
Native Americans - specifically
Low-Income and/or First-Generation College Students
Persons with Disabilities