This workshop will introduce teachers to Great Lakes research at the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS) with an emphasis on coastal wetland research being conducted by a group of researchers from across the US. Teachers will practice student-friendly wetland plant and macroinvertebrate sampling protocols in the field and learn more...
This professional development workshop, hosted by NEMIGLSI and MSU Extension, is designed to help educators prepare for taking on rain garden projects with their students. Dixie Sandborn, horticulturist with Michigan State University Extension, will be teaching the basics of rain garden design and implementation. Teachers will have more...
>>FREE--Lodging and Meals provided! $500 Project Stipends Available!
>>Registration is REQUIRED. Please click to register: bit.ly/LHsummerinstitute2018
>>Get hands-on learning experience through Great Lakes and fisheries stewardship education and applied place-based practices
>>Develop a plan for their individual school projects that connect fisheries and place-based education
>>Make connections to the Great Lakes through Great Lakes Literacy
WHAT IS A BIOBLITZ?
A BioBlitz is part festival, part educational and part scientific event in which teams of volunteer scientists, families, students, teachers, and community members of all ages work together to find and identify as many species of plants, animals, microbes, fungi, and other organisms as possible
About the Day’s Activities:Scientists from sponsor more...
Grant deadline: Sept. 29th, 2018
Maximum award: $2500-$3000
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Taken from the Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals (MAEP) website:
Environmental education is a core value of MAEP. We extend our environmental education initiatives to K-12 schools, community colleges, universities, and community organizations by awarding Environmental Education Grants. The Environmental Education Grants are funded more...