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Creative Environmental Writing Workshop

  • July 23, 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Congaree National Park
  • 6


  • Priority registration is available to EEASC members through July 5, 2024. After July 5, any remaining seats will be open for general registration. Members must log into their EEASC profile for this registration option to be available.


Participation in this special event is capped at 20. Priority registration will be open to EEASC members through July 5, 2024. After July 5, any remaining seats will be opened for general registration. You must log into your EEASC profile in order for the members-only registration option to be available.

Creative Environmental Writing Workshop for Environmental Educators
with Author Cassie Premo Steele, Ph.D.
Congaree National Park
Tuesday, July 23, 9-11AM

Have you ever wondered how to turn your passion for the environment and knowledge about science into creative writing that is effective and emotionally compelling?

Join us for a generative writing workshop and discussion with an environmental author and writing coach. The workshop will take participants on a 2-mile walk through the Congaree National Park while exploring different genres of writing from journaling to poetry and fiction. Participants will have the opportunity to generate new writing in a safe and supportive way. After the workshop, participants will be able to ask questions and engage in a lively discussion about the important connections between environmental awareness and contemporary literature.

Cassie Premo Steele, Ph.D., is an accomplished American writer celebrated for her profound contributions to literature and ecofeminism. Her extensive body of work encompasses evocative poetry, insightful essays, and explorations of ecofeminist philosophy. Steele's writing resonates with readers by intertwining themes of women's experiences, spirituality, and nature, forming a tapestry of thought-provoking narratives. As an advocate for environmental consciousness and gender equality, her words bridge the gap between the personal and the ecological. Her acclaimed works, such as Earth Joy Writing published by Ashland Creek Press, reveal her deep-rooted connection to the natural world and her commitment to inspiring change. Cassie Premo Steele continues to inspire and empower through her eloquent prose and unwavering dedication to transformative storytelling in her new novel, Beaver Girl. Her websites are and

Books will not be available for purchase during the workshop, but Cassie will be glad to sign pre-purchased copies of her works. Order online ahead of time at



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