Registration deadline: Friday, April 26, 2013
Join us for a day of Project WILD and Angler Education! Discover how explorations of fish and their aquatic habitats coupled with guided adventures in local wildlife and water resource investigations can provide a solid foundation in science through questioning, observation, investigation, and application. Participants receive certification in Project WILD, the Project WILD & WILD Aquatic Curriculum Guides, instructor certification in Angler Education, and Angler Education Curriculum Guides. All teaching materials are an easy fit for any classroom and lesson plans support new Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards for grades K-12. Through active participation and FUN activities, you will learn how these programs promote responsible use of natural resources while inspiring youth to care about the future of the habitats that we share with terrestrial and aquatic wildlife. Come and see what we can do to help you reach - and teach – your students how to be good stewards of nature! Registration fee includes all materials, curriculum guides, and a light lunch.
ALNC Members & Non-Members: $40
For questions about this workshop or to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-221-0404x2. Workshop led by DNR staff.