Outdoor Workshop for High School Teachers:
Hands-on Science in Massachusetts Ecosystems
Do you know how to calculate how many board feet of lumber that can be produced from a mature tree? Ever thought of finally mastering identifying trees in winter? Have you ever used an aerial photo to help analyze surrounding ecosystems for resources for wildlife or for determining potential water pollution sources? On the off chance that you don’t have a back hoe to dig your own soil pit, maybe you’d like a chance to measure soil horizons with Dr. Dirt himself? All this and more at Mass Envirothon’s workshop for coaches on Saturday October 1. Spend the day outside with natural resource professionals learning how to apply knowledge and work with new and experienced coaches to plan how to share this knowledge with your team.
Saturday, September 23 8:30 – 3:00
MassWildlife’s Wyane F. MacCallum Wildlife Management Area, Westborough directions
link to last year’s Agenda, this year will be very similar.
Background & skills & approaches for
Introducing high school students to
Natural resource conservation & management
with connections to Next Generation Science Standards
- include forest, water, soil, and wildlife conservation
- will be led by experienced natural resource managers
- offer plenty of networking with experienced Envirothon educators
Sponsored by Massachusetts Envirothon
No charge for high school educators or community resource partners
Morning coffee and lunch provided
Plus: an opportunity to get all your questions answered about how to start an Envirothon team at your school.
9-10:15 Session 1
10:20-11:35 Session 2
11:40-12:40 Lunch/networking/Current Issue
12:45-2:00 Session 3
2:05-3:20 Session 4
For more information or to register for this workshop, please fill out the form below.