In addition to presenting at traditional forums such as the Antarctic Experimenters Meetings, CARA researchers have hosted conferences to focus on the science of CARA. This year has been a particularly active one for conferences. CARA researchers have organized three workshops focusing on South Pole Astrophysics: The Ten Meter, Photodissociation and Photochemistry in Interstellar Medium, and Astrophysics from Antarctica. CARA is also making efforts to share our expertise in creating successful outreach programs. The Space Explorers model has been successfully transferred to a rural setting with the Yerkes Space Explorers program. Most recently, R. Landsberg discussed the strategy and content of the ``Crime Laboratory Investigations" with his talk ``Forensics: Or How to Solve a Murder Mystery and Teach Science at the Same Time" at the National Science Teachers Convention. CARA is also partnering with industry to promote the creation of the technologically advanced detectors needed to pursue our science. CARA scientists are consulting with both TRW and HyPress Inc. Finally, the CARA web page serves as a resource for astronomers, the general public and educators. The site contains general information on Antarctica, Astronomy, CARA Research and a suite of tested experiments complete with teacher notes.