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Exploring Alabama’s Living Streams Workshop
June 4, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, June 4th (9am – 5pm) & Friday, June 5th (9am – 12pm)
• Teach students about the water environment, aquatic ecology, and water pollution with fun, hands-on activities
• Introduce students to aquatic insects of Alabama and the story they tell about water quality in our streams and rivers
• Conduct a stream bioassessment with their students in the field
• Get involved with the 4-H AWW Program
• Access equipment needed to do stream bioassessmentThe Exploring Alabama’s Living Streams (EALS) curriculum is correlated to the Alabama Course of Study for 4th – 7th grade Science, high school Biology and Environmental Science courses. It is endorsed by AMSTI and correlated to Project Wet. BONUS: Curriculum packet includes a CD-ROM with images and a DVD with corresponding clips from the PBS series, Discovering Alabama. Complete the course to receive 12 CEU’s from Auburn University. Pre-registration is required and participants must attend both days.
This workshop is being coordinated in partnership with the Alabama Clean Water Partnership (Upper and Middle Tallapoosa River Basin.
Limited to 30 educators, so register soon!
When:. Thursday, June 4th 9am-5pm
Friday, June 5th 9am – 12pm
(must attend both days)
Where: Horseshoe Bend School
10684 Highway 22 E
New Site, AL 36256
For additional information contact:.
Mona Dominguez (4-H Alabama Water Watch Coordinator)
334-844-9323 or 334-750-1130
Sabrina Wood (Tallapoosa Basin Clean Water Partnership Coordinator)