March 24th-27th, 2018
Grizzly Ranch in Suisun City, CA
Learn how to bring outdoor education into your classroom at this 4-day seminar geared for teachers of all grade levels and subject matter! ONLY $50!
-Over three full days of engaging educational outdoor activities
-Tour and history of Grizzly island and Suisun marsh
-Project Wild certification
-National Archery in Schools Program certification
-Junior Duck Stamp educator training and classroom materials
-California Waterfowl membership
-Overnight lodging and food
-USB drive with education materials and photos of your experiences and more!
For more information visit www.calwaterfowl.org/calendar or email Molly Maupin at email@example.com
Funding may be available for program costs and transportation if your school is unable to cover these costs. Please fill out a scholarship application if interested in this opportunity. Scholarship selection is based on need, school funding status, and demographics. Click here for this Scholarship Application.
Donate and receive a Junior Duck Stamp Calendar today to and support CWA's educational programs in California schools! Calendars consist of K-12 grade student winning art from the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program and Art Contest. Funds go directly to education for student materials and supplies and assist in field trip scholarships for schools.
$10 (tax and shipping included)
To donate and receive your calendar, please call us at 916-648-1406 X 101 or X 102.
The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program has a curriculum for teachers to use in the classroom. It is focused on wetland and waterfowl conservation and hits state, national and EEI standards. It is designed for grades 5-8 with adaptations for K-4 and 9-12. It is free and accessible here for teachers: http://www.fws.gov/birds/education/junior-duck-stamp-conservation-program/conservation-education-curriculum.php
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