Thank you Sponsors! – Conserve School

Major Announcement: Conserve School to sponsor WAEE Fall Conference at the $5,000 Rock Island Level!
If you have attended a WAEE Fall Conference or Winter Workshop in the past 1-2 years, you would have most likely talked to or had lunch with a Conserve School student, grad fellow, or staff.

“Conserve School is a semester school focused on the theme of environmental stewardship. Designed primarily for high school juniors, Conserve School incorporates the flexibility to accommodate advanced sophomores. Attending Conserve School gives high school students a one-semester opportunity to step out of their regular school and into an exceptional educational setting, while still continuing their required academic studies.” http://www.conserveschool.com/RelId/606328/ISvars/default/Overview.htm

Stefan Anderson, Head of School, has once again demonstrated the dedication Conserve School has for environmental education in this state. By supporting the conference with an amazing $5,000 sponsorship, sending grad fellows and staff to participate in the conference, and of course giving Foghorn Leghorn a home for the past year, Conserve School strengthened its partnership with WAEE and has once again shown it is truly a leader in environmental education. Thank you Stefan Anderson and Conserve School for your generous contribution to the WAEE Fall Conference! We look forward to seeing you and Foghorn in Door County this October! For more information about Conserve School, visit their website http://www.conserveschool.org/

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One Response to Thank you Sponsors! – Conserve School

  1. I am looking forward to the Fall Conference and the chance to reconnect with friends at the beautiful Landmark Resort in Door County. Conserve School appreciates the chance sponsorship gives us to give back to Wisconsin environmental education community for all that they have done for the school, our staff and most importantly our students. I will be bringing Foghorn and his little friend Henry to the conference and I look forward to passing him along to a good home for next year.

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