The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has set its summer schedule of conservation workshops for educators.
Visual Arts Approach to Teaching Life Science – June 6-7, Bismarck. Participants will experiment with clay, water, pastel and colored pencil, while emphasizing North Dakota resources, environment and wildlife. Register by calling David Richter at 701-609-5681, or email email@example.com.
National Archery in the Schools and Fly Fishing in the Schools – June 14-15, Bismarck. Workshop participants are provided the fundamentals to teach archery in grades 4-12 and fly fishing to middle and high school students. Register by calling Jeff Long at 701-328-6322, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Habitats, Project Learning Tree and Project WET of North Dakota – June 27-28, Devils Lake. This is an environmental education workshop involving the Game and Fish Department’s Habitats program, Project Learning Tree used by the North Dakota Forest Service, and Project WET supported by the North Dakota Water Commission. Register by calling Erin Lacina at 701-662-7650, or email email@example.com.
Wildlife of North Dakota – August 8-9, Dickinson. Workshop participants with examine different animal species. Register by calling Joanne Fields at 701-483-2787 or 701-483-2728, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
University graduate credit is available for all workshops.