Mon, Jun 14 | Lake City

(AM) Leopold Education Project Workshop

Learn how to connect students to nature using Aldo Leopold's land ethics and his writings in A Sand County Almanac with this interactive, hands-on workshop. Photo Courtesy of the Aldo Leopold Foundation and University of Wisconsin-Madison Archives
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(AM) Leopold Education Project Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 14, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Lake City, 6180 W Sanborn Rd, Lake City, MI 49651

About the Event

Learn how to connect students to nature using Aldo Leopold's landethics and his writings in A Sand County Almanac

with this interactive,hands-on workshop.

Open to teachers, environmental educators, home school parents,scout leaders, and anyone else interested in conservation.

Workshop is FREE and curriculum can be purchased for $20 (includes A Sand County Almanac, Curriculum Guide, & Exploration Cards).

Registration by May 1, 2021 is required. Limit of 15 attendees. Please register by clicking on RSVP or by calling 231.839.7193.

Workshop will be facilitated by:

Gail Luera University of Michigan-Dearborn & Rachel Apgar University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Workshop offered at no cost due to the Missaukee Conservation District millage. Purchase of curriculum is optional; you may do so by going to "LEP Curriculum" to purchase.

You MUST register for the event even if you purchase curriculum or you won't be registered for the workshop.

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