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2019 MEEA Annual Conference
St. Louis
November 1-3

THEME: Care, Understand, Act
Inspiring and Empowering Effective Environmental Action

Friday, November 1 Socialize at UCBC Midtown Brewery & Biergarten
(3229 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103) 6-8 pm

Saturday, November 2 Conference at St. Louis Zoo in Forest Park 8am-5pm
Park at North Entrance on Government Drive and enter through the Living World
For written directions to North Entrance from various routes scroll to bottom of page at this link

Sunday, November 3 Tours of STL Schools Going Green 9am-noon
Meet at North Parking Lot of Zoo at 8:30am, Shuttle and Caravan will leave by 8:45am sharp
9am Maplewood Richmond-Heights Middle School
10am The College School
11 am The Soulard School

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 Sliding Scale Registration and Carbon Offset Donations Available

(if you have any trouble with payment, visit or send check to MEEA, P.O. Box 13, Columbia, MO 65205

Need lodging? The Drury Inn at Hampton Ave is offering MEEA Conference Rate of $110 per night. Group Info:2392308 - SAINT LOUIS ZOO

Check out the Conference Schedule
and Session Descriptions

Keynote Speakers: Sheila Voss and Louise Bradshaw
"Make the Tent Bigger"

Sheila Voss serves as the Vice President of Education at the Missouri Botanical Garden, helping guide and strengthen the Garden’s mission-driven efforts to engage and inspire current and future generations of local and global citizens. Sheila oversees and supports 40 educators and more than 200 volunteers based at the Garden’s main campus, Shaw Nature Reserve, Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House and Litzsinger Road Ecology Center. Together, this team strives to transform the Garden and its St. Louis-area sites in ways that invite and enable personalized learning, active discovery, and positive connections with plants and the natural world. 

Louise Bradshaw serves as the Director of Education at the St. Louis Zoo. Louise has worked in the fields of conservation and conservation education for over 30 years. She is responsible for all activities of the Zoo's Education Department. Saint Louis Zoo educational programs and services reach nearly 2 million people annually. Education functions include programs and services for teachers, adults, youth, school groups, scout groups and families; the Zoo's Interpretation unit including traveling and permanent exhibits; the Teacher Resource Center and Zoo Reference Library; Conservation Education Research, NSF and other federal grant-funded programs and the Zoo's 240 Docents, or volunteer teachers and 75 teen volunteers.

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