|PLT - Forests and Climate Change Workshop|
Forests and Climate Change Workshop for Middle and High School Educators
May 11, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Boone County Conservation District (603 N. Appleton Rd., Belvidere, IL 61008)
Free! for Boone County educators / $40 for out-of-county educators
*Participants receive PLT's Southeastern Forests and Climate Change guide, supporting resources, lunch, and transportation to Angelic Organics Farm & Learning Center*
Middle and high school educators are invited to attend a professional develpment workshop on Climate Change—5 Professional Development Credits are available.
Participants will experience a variety of engaging activities as well as a site visit to Angelic Organics Farm & Learning Center to learn more about how agriculture contributes to climate change.
Climate change is one of the most important global issues. It has received much attention, and it remains a topic that invites controversy. While debates continue, scientists agree that our changing climate does have consequences for the earth and human activity.
Teaching about climate change is rewarding. It engages all of us in understanding science, using math, applying techology, and integrating economics and justice issues.
This workshop is supoprted by the Boone County Conservation District Science Literacy Grant.
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Environmental Education Association of Illinois
Anita Purves Nature Center
1505 N. Broadway
Urbana, IL 61801