Forests to Faucets
Cancelled. Rescheduled date TBD
A Project Learning Tree & Project WET Workshop for Educators
In this interactive workshop you will explore the relationship between the health of our mountain forests and the quantity and quality of our drinking water. Do you know your connection to the Gulf of Mexico? To the western slope of Colorado? To your own watershed?
Learn how to use interdisciplinary, inquiry and content-rich activities to teach “how to think, not what to think” about complex environmental issues that incorporate technology and literacy as well as how to present material to a culturally diverse audience and include multicultural perspectives. Get wet in the Plum Creek watershed, and help with a forest restoration project.
Dress for the out-of-doors, be prepared for hiking, and splashing!
Who: 4th—12th grade formal and non-formal educators
Materials: Take home both PLT and Project WET activity guides, plus other materials and resources.
Cost: $75.00 For registration information click here or call 303-380-7984. Optional 1 semester credit is an additional $50.00.
Meals: Lunch Saturday through lunch Sunday.
Lodging: Optional camping Saturday night. Bring your own camping equipment. Limited space is available in our dormitory style cabins (you will need to bring your own sheets or sleeping bag, blanket, pillow, and towel).
Sponsored by the Colorado State Forest Service, Mile High Million (GreenPrint Denver), and Woodbine Ecology Center
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