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200 Kalmus Drive
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Governance « California Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (AEOE)
AEOE Board Members (standing R to L) Angie Kemsley, Steve Morris, Reed Schneider, John Oliver (sitting R to L) Michael Charnofsky, Helen de la Maza, Robb "Big Brown Bat" Stolberg
Helen de la Maza
8 Ardmore Irvine, CA 92602
Helen de la Maza
Conference Registration Information
Conference Registrar: Helen de la Maza: 714-838-6257 or > ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, (8 Ardmore / Irvine, CA 92602)
...Helen de la MazaAEOE Conference Registrar
Send in your scholarship application to Helen de la Maza
along with the conference registration.See the "Joie's Daisies" article in the Spring Newsletter or on the web at aeoe.org/conference/spr2004/scholarships.htm for details.
Meet the AEOE Board!
Helen de la Maza worked for Orange County Department of Education's Inside the Outdoors program for 9 years.
In October 2006 she resigned from her position there to explore the world of Consulting.
She is currently writing curriculum for a statewide project, as well as working for a few local environmental education organizations on specific projects.
Helen is also the Region 9B (Orange County) Coordinator for CREEC (California Regional Environmental Education Community).
The mission of CREEC is to develop a communication network which provides educators with access to "high quality" environmental education resources to enhance the environmental literacy of California Students.
Her CREEC website is http://www.creec.org/region9b/.
Helen is also a facilitator for Project WILD, Project Learning Tree , and Population Connection , and enjoys sharing these curricula with teachers and other environmental educators.
In fact, Helen was presented Population Connection's "Most Valuable Trainer" Award for 2006!
Helen loves Earth and nature, and has been known to hug more than just a few trees.
She thinks the best way for everyone to learn is through hands-on experiences, which are an integral component of outdoor education.
CREEC: CREEC Network: CREEC Network Leadership
Helen DeLaMazaOrange County Department of Education200 Kalmus DriveCosta Mesa, CA 92628Phone: 949-548-1175Fax: 949-548-0575
Clearing Magazine: Environmental and Place-based Education
Helen de la Maza, AEOE, Irvine CA