Howard Bell Award
The Howard Bell award was created to recognize outstanding achievements and contributions in the area of outdoor education. Any member of AEOE may submit a nomination form to the Board of Directors for this annual award. Nominees do not neccesarily have to be an AEOE member.
Nominations are due by March 1st of each year and are kept on file for three years for future consideration. The award is presented at the annual spring conference and the awardee must be able to attend the conference.
Pictured: 2005 Howard Bell Honoree, Marty Rigby (flannel)
Environmental Educator of the Year Award
The Environmental Educator of the Year Award is awarded to one representative from the Northern and Southern California area annually. This award is given to someone who is still currently teaching in the field and loving it, someone who has contributed to the success of Environmental Education in the state, and leads by example within the field.
Nominations are accepted all year and the awards are presented at the fall conferences. The recipient must be an active member of AEOE and attend the fall conference.
Nothern Nomination Form: http://www.jotform.us/form/32391430116141
Southern Nomination Form: http://www.jotform.us/form/32390884632156
2018 Northern EE'er of the Year - Nicholas Bischoff
2018 Southern EE'er of the Year - Jane Mattione
2017 Howard Bell Award Honoree - Steve Van Zandt
2017 Northern EE'er of the Year - Allison Hartman
2017 Southern EE'er of the Year - Elizabeth Willoughby
2017 Southern EE'er of the Year - Lauren McLaughlin
2017 Southern EE'er of the Year - Nathan Taxel
2016 Howard Bell Award Honoree - Kim Laizer
2016 Northern EE'er of the Year - Ian “Ibis” Gledhill
2016 Southern EE'er of the Year - Joselito Robles