BAY AREA ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION RESOURCE FAIR
IT’S THE 36th ANNUAL BAEER FAIR, with over 70 resources and numerous workshops for educators and parents with a special interest in wildlife, ecology, adventure and much more.
BEETLES CA Leader Institute
Please join us! Improve your program by designing and delivering more effective professional development for your staff.
The BEETLES (Better Environmental Education, Teaching, Learning, Expertise & Sharing) California Leadership Institute for residential outdoor science school leaders will take place at Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor School in the beautiful rolling hills of West Marin County, August 11th-16th 2013. The California Leadership Institute is open to pairs of leaders from 12 selected California programs.
The along with our national advisers and program leaders from partner sites throughout California, has designed and tested a set of engaging professional learning experiences and trail activities for residential outdoor science schools.
Join us at the BAEER Fair
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Marin Civic Center located in San Rafael
10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Exhibitors: Please Contact directly concerning exhibitor options at this point in time.
The event is specially designed for teachers, community educators, students, families, and all concerned about the environment we share.
Discover the latest in classroom materials, environmental education programs, and field trip sites. Join in the fun and attend workshops introducing conservation and wildlife education, school gardens, and strategies for fostering environmental awareness!
General admission $12.00
High school students and seniors $10.00
Children 6 and under are free
Admission to the event is paid at the entrance door.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (510) 657-4847
The Food Service at the BAEER Fair is provided by the who is dedicated to using locally sourced and organic foods.
The BAEER Fair encourages you to both bring your own bag for information you may collect and to bring your own water bottle to keep you hydrated!
Please recycle at the Ecostations provided by Conservation Corps North Bay.
The BAEER Fair has been an integral part of the development of the California educational system. Our youth, in grades K-12, have been the recipients of exciting new curricula, teaching techniques & strategies, all showcased via The BAEER Fair. Over the past 30 years an estimated 470,000 students have benefited from this impact.
This fair is strictly conducted as an educational resource. The BAEER Fair Committee has maintained an extremely high level of integrity concerning the design of this event. We are committed to providing the widest base of environmental resources to the teaching community. Each year the fair presents workshops and exhibits that represent over 120 resources including conservation & stewardship, science, living history, art and more.