New this year! We will offer ways to experience project-based learning that is accessible in any setting, outdoors, or classroom. This fun and interactive workshop covers a variety of topics like ant investigations, micro hike with macro lenses, and nature journals. We will use the scientific method, critical thinking, technology, and our senses to connect ways to bring the classroom into nature. Citizen Science enables all of us to collectively manage the health and well being of ourselves and our planet.
All workshops start at 8:30 am and end by 4 pm. Graduate and Step Up to Quality credits available.
Space is limited; pre-registration is required for all workshops. Cost: $5/workshop. Workshops are facilitated by Licking County Soil & Water Conservation District, Licking Park District, and The Dawes Arboretum.