Environmental Education 
Association of Indiana
 

Opportunities

 

 

Project Learning Tree

 

Saturday, September 26, 8:30 – 3 pm
ALLEN COUNTY | Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve
1802 Chapman Road, Huntertown, IN 46748

Project Learning Tree inspires students, teachers and volunteers to gain an awareness and knowledge of the world around them and their place in it by using the forest as a “window to the world.” Material for teachers and other educators, parents and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12. 

Bring your own lunch. Dress appropriately as part of the workshop will be outside.

Teachers earn 6 hours continuing education credits with their certificate for this program.


Presented by Mary Ibe and Nancy Eagle.
Fee for the manual is $22. Pay at the event. 
RSVP by September 19: 260-637-2273 or acres@acreslandtrust.org

 

Wetland Restoration Workshops

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge

September 14-15 and September 16-17, 2015

 

Indiana TWS will be offering a wetland training workshop this fall in conjunction with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and The Amphibian & Reptile Conservancy.  The training will be held at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge on September 14-15 and September 16-17.  We encourage all TWS members interested in attending to attend the September 16-17 program, as this will be when we are planning on having a brief business meeting.  An informational flyer is here - MuscatatuckNWR_Training_Flyer.pdf and the agenda is here - Muscatatuck NWR Wetland Training Agenda-September 14-15, 2015.pdf 

You can register for the workshop HERE, or at the website below.  Also, there has been a block of rooms reserved at the Seymour Holiday Inn Express at a rate of $89 per night.  IN DFW employees should seek approval from their supervisor and then contact Melissa Ernst to register. 

Be sure to check out our new website (www.intws.org).  We are still working some of the bugs out, but so far it looks great.  It will have updated information about the wetland workshop, as well as any other event we organize in the future.  Go ahead and bookmark it now!

 

Teaching About Invasive Species  

 
 

For the past 2 years, we’ve been working on a new book which finally went on press last week.

 

As with our previous books, we’re providing discounts for those who order copies now. I’ve attached a couple of files with details of our pre-publication promo.

 

Cheers to you from a sunny day in Toronto,

 

Tim Grant, Editor
Green Teacher
28 Lennox Street #8
Toronto, ON M5S 1J7


416-960-1244, tim@greenteacher.com

US mailing address:  Green Teacher, PO Box 452, Niagara Falls NY 14304

 

 
 


 


      

 

 

 

 

 

 

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