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  • 6/27/2018 - Themed Workshop - Cushing, Texas
    Focus on Forests is a multi-day residential workshop for high school teachers who are preparing students for the Forestry CDE, Envirothon, or careers in natural resource management. Participants will get an overview of Texas’ forest industry by touring managed forests, an active timber harvest operation, forest product manufacturing facilities, and a seedling nursery. Evening sessions, taught by professional foresters, will focus on measurement skills, tree and wood identification, silvicultural operations, and forest management methods. 18 hours SBEC CPE credit and 18 hours TEEAC credit

  • 7/6/2018 - PreK-8 - Seagoville/Combine, TX
    Join us for an interdisciplinary PreK-8 workshop featuring the award winning Project Learning Tree environmental education program that uses forests as a "window on the world" to stimulate students' understanding of our complex environment. Registration fee for this workshop is only $25 (normal cost $50), with the remainder of the cost funded through a grant from Budweiser and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Participants will receive PLT's 96-activity Environmental Education Activity Guide for PreK-8 as well as 6 CPE and TEEAC credits. To register, contact Linda Dunn at 972-474-9100 or

  • 7/9/2018 - Themed Workshop - Cushing, Texas
    Every summer the Texas Forestry Association sponsors the Teacher Conservation Institute (TCI), a week-long summer camp for educators that focuses on the environmental, economic, and social well-being of the state that comes through the scientific stewardship of its natural resources. This workshop is open to classroom teachers of all grades, non-formal educators, or anyone interested in teaching youth about forestry and conservation education. Participants will receive training in Project Learning Tree’s interdisciplinary environmental education curriculum designed to teach students critical and creative thinking. You will have the opportunity to interact with foresters, biologists, loggers, landowners, and mill workers who care for forests and make products you use every day. 40 hours SBEC CPE credit and 40 hours TEEAC credit.




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