Project WILD Workshop only $5 – 6/24/2015 @QueensUniv | Eventbrite

Registration Closes 6/21/2015

Project WILD workshops Tickets, Charlotte | Eventbrite.

June 24 – 9 – 4   Project WILD workshops are for adults interested in teaching young people about wildlife. Participants receive the Project WILD K-12 educator guide along with materials specifically about North Carolina wildlife. The educator guide contains more than 150 hands-on activities that focus on wildlife and natural resources. Participants are eligible for Criteria I credit of NC Environmental Education Certification and school teachers receive CEU credit.  NC Wildlife Resources offers this workshop free to all educators, and provides the curriculum guide free to all participants.  This is a North Carolina Environmental Education Elective Criteria I Workshop   See a Video & Correlations here: http://www.ncwildlife.org/Learning/CoursesSeminarsWorkshops/ProjectWildCatchandOutdoorSkills.aspx#5768203-project-wild.

  • Participants need to come dressed for the weather, with a water bottle, shoes to run or play in outside, and any medications/sunscreens etc that they need. We will have the workshop rain or shine. And we will likely go outside, no matter the weather.
  • BYO lunch  
  • ONLY $5 Admin fee
  • Directions, Building and room location click here (The building/classroom assignment is listed on your Eventbrite Ticket)

Smokies …this is the place to experience BIODIVERSITY!

  Why go to the Smokies? If you are into plants and animals (flora & fauna) this is the place.  Being a temperate rain-forest the span of elevations makes this place so diverse it is difficult to comprehend the magnitude of species.  Follow the link below to see the 18,200 species to date which there are over 931 NEW to SCIENCE!

Smokies Species Tally | Discover Life in America.

If you would like some help discovering this abundant life contact the good folks at the Great Smoky Mountain Institute at Tremont.