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  • 18 Sep 2018
  • 8:00 AM
  • 21 Sep 2018
  • 5:00 PM
  • Marriott, Fort Collins


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Banquet is NOT Included
  • Banquet is NOT Included
  • If you are presenting on Thursday the banquet is a separate charge.

Registration is closed

63rd Annual Education Conference

Growing Leaders, Driving Change
Sept 18, 2018 Pre-Conference only $45.00 to attend
Sept 19-21, 2018 AEC

** if you are a current CEHA member you will need to sign in to receive the member rate**

The mission of the Annual Education Conference is to provide high quality education opportunities while creating an environment that will develop, connect and build relationships between those who work collaboratively in the diverse sectors of environmental health.

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Book your Hotel Room

Fort Collins Marriott
350 E Horsetooth Rd
Fort Collins, CO 80525

$145.00 per night
Book your group rate for CEHA 63rd Annual Conference 

Government Rate
&109.00 per night
Book your government rate for CEHA 63rd Annual Conference Government

CEHA AEC Preconference is Tuesday, September 18.  It is an additional $45.00 to attend.  Emergency Preparedness Tabletop Exercise

City of Fort Collins Innovative
Air and Waste Project Tours 
3:00pm-5:30pm, Thursday 9/20

LIMITED to 25 Participants
***Registration is on the AEC registration form 

Join us for an exciting tour during last two sessions of the Air and Waste Track! Tour participants will meet in the conference hotel lobby during the afternoon break on Thursday and will depart promptly at 3:00 PM.

  • Ozone Garden and Monitoring Station Tour (3:15pm-4:15pm)
    • Tour Guide: Cassie Archuleta, City of Fort Collins, and Jonathan Furst, Air Resource Specialists
    • Tour Description: The Gardens on Spring Creek highlight an ozone garden and monitoring station which has been installed as part of a gardens expansion project. The monitoring site was designed based on EPA’s Village Green Project, with low cost solar-powered monitoring equipment built into a bench along with educational material about ozone and air quality. The site will also include bio-indicator plants, and information about the effect of high ozone on ecosystems.
  • Timberline Recycling Center (4:30pm-5:15pm)
    • Tour Guide: Maureen McCarthy
    • Tour Description: After touring the City-run Timberline Recycling Center, you will know what/where/how/why the materials you put in the bins (at the center and at your home) are or are not recyclable! Exploring the Hard-to-Recycle Materials Yard will also be included.

Colorado weather is unpredictable and you will be outside for the entire tour, so please dress accordingly. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a water bottle. Transportation be providedto the sites. The tour is capped at 25 participants.

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To promote environmental health as a profession, which strives for continual improvement in environmental quality and the growth of individual professionalism.

Office: +1 (719) 501-3184

6162 S Willow Dr, Ste 100 Greenwood Village, CO

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