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Upcoming Workshops:

Project WILD Workshop

Wednesday, February 23rd
4-7pm (Snacks and beverages provided)
OPI  and Step-Up credits available
Free Project Wild guide book
Hands-on training
Live animals

Project WILD Flyer

Join us in partnership with Montana FWP and ZooMontana for an evening training on Project WILD. Project WILD is an award-winning curriculum guide designed to help educators incorporate wildlife and conservation into their classrooms or programs.

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Email [email protected] if you have any questions.

 

 

 

Previous Workshops:

Educator Trunk Show

Tuesday November 5th, 2019 from 4 – 6pm 

Calling all teachers! Join us for this FREE opportunity to learn about educational trunks available to borrow from the Bureau of Land Management, Montana FWP, the Montana Audubon Center and ZooMontana.
Snacks and Beverages from Thirsty Street Brewing Co. will be provided.

 

Naturalist in a Day Workshop

June 3 or June 13, 2019 from 8:30am – 3:30pm

The Naturalist in a Day Teacher Workshop is for K-12 teachers who want to deepen their knowledge of the natural world and learn to incorporate the study of natural history into their classrooms. We’ll teach you the skills you need to identify local plants, birds and insects. We’ll also share some lessons you can use in your classroom to engage your students in hands-on science lessons that meet Next Generation Science Standards.

OPI and SD2 step-up credits available

$40 ($36 for Center members)

 

 

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