April Climate Change Training for Teachers

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Our partner, Washington Green Schools, has more professional development opportunities for teachers in Clark County , at no cost to you! Washington Green Schools and ESD 112 are offering new climate change related enrichment programming for teachers to utilize in their classroom. Check out the details below, and stay tuned for more training offerings in the spring and summer!

This is part of our state's investment in climate science education. Read more about it here

The first 24 teachers that register will receive substitute reimbursement!


CLIMATE CHANGE AND AGRICULTURE

Thu, April 18 2019 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Windy Hills Winery
1346 S 38th Ct Ridgefield WA 98642

Presenters
Stacy Meyer, Meredith Lohr, Heidi Roop, Becky Bronstein


How is our changing climate impacting agriculture in Washington? Can we protect our food systems from pollution? How do we build a more resilient community in the face of environmental changes? Join Washington Green Schools and ESD 112 to explore current research and make connections to local climate-related phenomena. During the second half of the day, teachers will have time to plan activities that will bring climate science learning into their classroom. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Register Here

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