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Friday, March 31, 2017
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Join us to learn about what a Schoolyard BioBlitz is and how community partners can support young people in becoming citizen scientists. We will explore how to organize a BioBlitz, activities to enhance the event, and technical training in iNaturalist. We will also explore how to support classroom teachers in their more...
 
Saturday, April 01, 2017
WITNESSING CHANGE VIDEO COMPETITION The 2016/2017 Witnessing Change Video Competition asks high school students to make 2-3 minute documentaries on the personal costs of climate change experienced by members of their own communities. The Climate Cost Project and several partner universities and media organizations will promote the winning videos as educational and communication.   DEADLINE more...
Monday, April 10, 2017
Visitors will be provided with Sanctuary Passport to encourage them to visit stations throughout the exhibits  featuring hands-on activities and crafts linked to each national marine sanctuary site such as dissecting the stomach contents (bolus) of a Laysan Albatross, participating in the "Tale of Two Acids" lab experiment to understand ocean more...
Saturday, April 15, 2017
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Salmon in the Classroom is an incredible opportunity to provide a unique, hands-on learning experience for your students. the DEADLINE to apply April 15th, 2017. Please go to the link below to find more information about Salmon in the Classroom and how to apply: www.michigan.gov/sic 
 
Monday, August 14, 2017
The Lake Huron Place-Based Education Summer Teacher Institute is designed so teachers: Make connections to the Great Lakes through Great Lakes Literacy Address and improve their understanding of Michigan’s education expectations through quality hands—on projects Meet the needs of the community and strengthen partnerships between schools and their community This year, the Institute will again bring 20 more...
 
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