What is restoration? Why do we do it? How does it contribute to a more resilient community? Join us for this immersive, multi-day workshop to learn more about the science of restoration, its importance for a healthy environment, and current restoration efforts in the Gulf. Visit restoration sites, hear from researchers studying restoration, explore hands-on activities and discuss possible citizen science projects for your school. This workshop is offered in partnership with the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program and The Nature Conservancy.
Tuition: $100 registration fee, refundable upon completion of workshop (workshop tuition, meals, and housing is FREE)
*3 graduate credits available through UWA. Additional tuition applies.*
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at (251) 861-2141 x7515 with any questions. The workshop is open to all current K-12 classroom teachers, informal educators, and college instructors. Please indicate your current teaching position when applying. Priority will be given to educators in Mississippi and Alabama. If any workshop is canceled due to low enrollment, all deposits will be refunded.
Sponsored by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium and Alabama's Center for Ecological Resilience