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Regional Events

Upcoming Events:

 

Project WET Workshops in the Northwest

For more information please contact Naomi Alhadeff at alhadeffn@nwf.org or 406-542-2803.

Early Childhood Educator Workshop
Saturday, January 21, 2023  |  9:30am - 3:00pm
Fish, Wildlife, and Parks  |  4600 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT 59405
Become a certified Project Learning Tree (PLT) educator! PLT is an award-winning environmental education program designed for educators working with youth from pre-K to grade 12. Benefits include: new PLT guide with 12 ready-made Environmental Ed. based lessons; Growing up Wild guide with 27 activities; Project WET guide with 64 activities; activities require few materials; includes background info & lessons; reduces teaching prep time.
Cost: $30.00. Fee includes PLT and Project WET guide, activity resources, handouts, snacks, and much more.
Note: Growing up Wild guide is free, provided by Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
Contact info: Christina Oppegard 406-243-2773, Christina.oppegard@mso.umt.edu
Registration information: https://montana.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cTHx4rqwgi4xOXI Deadline to register: Friday, January 13

Virtual Habitat Steward Training
January 24, 26, 31, February 2, 2023  |  6:00pm-9:00pm
Online via Zoom
Are you interested in creating habitat for wildlife? Do you want to do your part to keep Washington wild? Now is your chance to become a Habitat Steward™! The National Wildlife Federation is offering a specialized, multi-week virtual training to teach you how to create and restore wildlife habitat in backyards, schoolyards, and other places in your community.  The training will be held twice a week over two weeks in January 2023. In addition, there will be in-person field experience opportunities offered pertaining to local habitats.
Benefits include: a comprehensive, digital training manual with local resources, instruction from local professionals, engaging field opportunities, certification as a habitat steward volunteer, and continued support from NWF staff. A variety of topics will be presented on habitat restoration, PNW ecology and wildlife, natural yard care, invasive plants, native plants, & much more!
Multiple field opportunities in January and February will be encouraged to expand learning in the Western Washington area.
Cost: $20. Note: scholarships are available! No one will be turned down due to lack of funds. Once registered the Zoom link will be emailed to you. To register for the training, please visit https://westernwahst.brownpapertickets.com or contact Crystal Lloyd at WAEducation@nwf.org  

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