June 16, 2019-
Texas Tech University - Llano River Field Station
What is it? –An interdisciplinary outdoor educational experience taught by education professionals and natural resource specialists. This workshop will include the skills and teaching methods to engage students in science, nature, and conservation. The workshop will emphasize stewardship of Texas’ natural resources and development of a personal land ethic. Participants will engage in hands-on experiences in conservation topics related to Soils, Water quality, Land Ethics and Health, Biodiversity, Plant ID, Habitat and Management.
Activities will include Fishing, Tubing, Birding, Nature Crafts, Nature Journaling, Hiking, and Plant Pressing.
Who Should Attend? – Anyone who is interested in learning more about fostering a relationship between our youth and the natural world– teachers, scout leaders, parents, naturalists, park rangers, zoo educators, youth group leaders, and private citizens.
What are the Benefits? – Educators will be certified in the Leopold Project Curriculum and receive 25 CEU’s and resources that include lessons correlated to the TEKS.
For information about the workshop, contact Christine Moseley at christine [dot] moseley [at] utsa [dot] edu