SPAWN with funding from NOAA’s Bay-Watershed Education Training (BWET) will conduct a series of classroom and field training activities highlighting ways to incorporate coho salmon conservation and ocean and watershed ecology into all aspects of your education programs. SPAWN staff and expert guests will detail the pedagogy of a meaningful watershed experience and participants will gain the tools, skills, and resources to provide their students a meaningful watershed experience with their students and SPAWN. Salmon provide a critical connection between the oceans and inland watershed health, and our land use practices at school and at home affect this vital connection and the health of our watersheds.
Takes place in the beautiful San Geronimo Valley, West Marin County, CA (1/2 hour East of San Rafael). One hour from San Francisco or Oakland. Low-cost lodging is available.
This professional development training is FREE and a limited number of stipends are available for those working in or with Title 1 schools.
Up to 4 Continuing Ed Credits (CEU’s) are available through Dominican University for cost.
How to Participate
All Bay Area Teachers and Educators can register! Contact Carrie Sendak: 415-663-8590 x109, [email protected], or go to www.spawnusa.org/bwet for details
Dates and Times
Monday, July 18th through Friday, July 22nd Days will run from 9am to 5pm.
Appropriate Ages: Teachers and Environmental Educators
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