Environmental History Week 2023 - Event Organizing Checklist
Below is a list of considerations and tips to help plan a successful Environmental History Week event.
1. Use H-Environment and ASEH's Environmental History Week webpage to find collaborators and participants in your area.
2. Once you have an idea for your Environmental History Week event, write a brief description of your event, including
3. Logistics and costs?
- Event dates: Environmental History Week will be scheduled for April 17-24, 2022, concentrated on Saturday, April 22, 2023 (Earth Day). You can also schedule an event on another day.
- What physical facilities do you need for your event? For each of these items, identify a source/vendor, total cost, and required deposit:
- meeting rooms
- audio-visual equipment
- other computer equipment
- bus rental
- Reserve spaces and facilities - including paying deposits -- as early as you can.
- Contingency planning: If you have multiple options, select the facilities that have the most flexible cancellation policies so that you do not lose money if COVID-19 prevents a in-person gathering.
- Fees, donations, and fundraising:
- Cost for participants: You cover your costs by charging participants, by asking for donations, or by applying for grants.
4. Participants and speakers:
5. Advertising your event:
ASEH thanks AHA and NEH for their support of this program.