WET Educator Workshops are for all K-12 educators in formal or non-formal settings who are interested in using the Project WET water education curriculum with their students.
Hosted by: Gail Westcot (UGA), Lacey Huffling (GS), Mel Sparrow (ORK)
Includes a working lunch, bring your own lunch.
Chemical and Bacterial Monitoring
Please bring something to take notes with but all other training materials will be provided. Bring your own lunch, water and snacks as well.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act
ORK will host an Adopt-a-Stream training for chemical and bacterial monitoring at the Mary Kahrs Warnell Forest Education Center in Guyton.
The Adopt-A-Stream program trains and encourages individuals and communities to monitor and/or improve sections of streams, wetlands, lakes or estuaries. Manuals, training, and technical support are provided through AAS staff and more than 70 established Adopt-A-Stream local coordinators.
New citizen scientists or those seeking recertification are encouraged to attend. The training is free but attendees should bring their own lunch and water. Pre-registration is required.
This session is full.
Contact Melanie Sparrow with additional questions.
About Georgia Adopt-A-Stream