Attention: ALL Agriculture Educators
The Teacher Conservation Workshop is a weeklong workshop that uses the forest as a window to environmental education. Activities are led by foresters, biologists, educators, and industry professionals. This interdisciplinary workshop focuses on the environmental, economical, and social benefits of Georgia’s forestry and wildlife communities. Sessions take place mostly outdoors in the forest and in manufacturing facilities and will demonstrate the cycle of growing trees and managing for life.
The Teacher Conservation Workshop is a wonderful professional learning tool. During the week teachers will travel across the state to different tree manufacturing/production locations and learn through a hands-on experience. Also during the week teachers will become Project Learning Tree, Project WET, and Project WILD certified. In the registration fee of $35.00 everything is included-all meals, lodging, snacks, transportation during the workshop, and material.
The TCW is an awesome opportunity for teachers across the state to learn about Georgia Forestry and Wildlife.
If you would like more information, please follow the link below:
Also, attached to this email is the 2011 application. I attended the workshop last year so if you have any question I would be glad to help,
Agriscience Teacher/Environmental Science Teacher/FFA Advisor
Locust Grove High School
3275 South Ola Rd
Locust Grove, GA 30248
770-898-1452 ext 117
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