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Envirothon School for Advisors and Teachers

Envirothon School for Advisors and Teachers logoThe Envirothon School for Advisors and Teachers is an opportunity to participate in specialized training for Envirothon team advisors and teachers while also earning credit toward teacher CEUs or the NC Environmental Education Certification. For more information about the Envirothon, please check the link to the left.

WORKSHOP: July 11-15, 2016

REGISTRATION Deadline: June 15th, 2016

If you are interested in helping students to develop leadership skills while become environmentally aware citizens through curriculum and competitions, this is the workshop for you; please click the links to the right to access the registration sign up form. Workshop cost is $85 for all five workshops, or $20 per workshop day.

2016 Program Information

Registration - Deadline to register is June 15th.

 

 

Workshop Agenda

FORESTRY: Monday, July 11, 11am - 5pm

Instructors: Andy Miller, Davidson Soil & Water Conservation District; Amy Kinsella, Holmes State Educational Forest; Jennifer Roach, NC State Forester. Explore tree identification, insects, diseases and forest management, among other forestry related topics.

WILDLIFE: Tuesday, July 12, 9am - 5pm

Instructors: Ann May, Wildlife Resource Commission Educator. Get a chance to do out-of-this world animal identification along with wildlife habitat and ecological principles.

SOILS: Wednesday, July 13, 9am - 5pm, optional dinner session on Oral Presentation

Instructors: Richard Hayes, Professional Soil Scientist. Gain a better understanding of basic soil properties with this popular workshop. .  Stay a bit later, enjoy supper, and get an overview of the Envirothon Oral Presentation component.

AQUATICS I: Thursday, July 14, 9am - 5pm

Instructors: Dr. Janet McFall, Elon University. Explore the world of  water quality, water quantity and invasive species.

AQUATICS II: Friday, July 15, 10am - 4pm

Instructors: Educator, Eno River State Park. Get into the river to learn about macro invertebrates first hand.

Please contact Sandra Weitzel (sandra.weitzel@ncagr.gov or 919.715-6680) with questions or for more details.

 

NCDA&CS Division of Soil & Water Conservation, Pat Harris, Director
Mailing Address: 1614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-1614
Physical Address: 512 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh North Carolina 27604
Phone: 919.733.2302; FAX: 919.715.3559


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