Date and Time: June 25, 2016; 8 AM (Registration) - 3:30 PM
Location: Howe-Russell Building LSU Campus Room 254
Participants will receive: Educator Binder, Map & Image portfolio, materials supply package, CLU certificate, Stipend of $100 limited to the first 20 teachers, Giveaways and door prizes
About the workshop:
Using the False River WETMAAP materials, this training supports education outreach and professional development for environmental and earth sciences formal and informal educators. This BTNEP funded session will provide an opportunity for educators to increase and enhance their knowledge and skills using topographic and wetland survey maps, aerial photography, satellite imagery and website resources for the classroom.
The Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary (BTE) contains some of the most diverse and fertile habitats in the world. False River, in the northern portion of the BTE, is a 22-mile long oxbow lake formed in the early 1700s as the Mississippi River changed its course. The workshop will connect the processes and wetland functions and values of this site to those in coastal areas of the estuary.
Registration via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partners in this presentation include: Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program, the Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary Foundation, the Louisiana Geography Alliance (LaGEA), and the La Environmental Education Commission