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Environmental Education Opportunities from Ohio EPA

May 3, 2018 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Grant Writing 103: Becoming a Grant Reviewer Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Sharon Woods Metro Park, Spring Hollow Lodge 1069 W. Main St., Westerville, OH 43081 One of the best ways to improve your grant writing skills is to review proposals from other organizations. In this workshop, the Ohio Environmental Education […]

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Edge of Appalachia Educator Workshops

April 18, 2018 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Registration is now open for Series 4 of the Educators at the Edge Workshops! Sponsored by Cincinnati Museum Center, the Educators at the Edge program will provide participants with experiential learning opportunities. Explore topics focused on natural history while gaining new skills to be used in the classroom. These exciting classes are open to classroom […]

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New Utah Law Supports “Free-Range Parenting”

March 29, 2018 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert states new law redefines child “neglect”. Parents are free to allow and encourage unsupervised activities to support independence without fear of negligence investigations or charges. http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/380485-utah-becomes-first-state-to-pass-free-range-parenting-law

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Special Showing of Film – Earth Seasoned #GapYear

March 27, 2018 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Please join us for a special showing of the film Earth Seasoned #GapYear, March 31st from 1-3pm at Studio 35 in Columbus, with spectacular opening music by Jenny Morgan and a Q&A following the film with Director Molly Kreuzman and Special Guests!! The film follows five young women who spend a year in the Oregon […]

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Project Learning Tree Leadership Opportunity

October 6, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Ohio is having its only Facilitator Leadership training this year on October 25 & 26 in cooperation with Metro Parks Toledo! Consider attending for the first time or again as every PLT workshop is unique and with new and exciting things to offer. Please pass the flier on to others in your professional network, including […]

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Edge of Appalachia – Workshop Opportunity

September 25, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Sponsored by the Cincinnati Museum Center the Educators at the Edge program will provide participants with experiential learning opportunities with workshops in November 2017 and March 2018. Explore topics focused on natural history and gain new skills to be used in the classroom. These exciting classes are open to classroom teachers, naturalists, and other nontraditional […]

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Annual 101 Educators Conference – Oct. 7, 2017

September 25, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

The 42nd Annual 101 Educators Conference is October 7th!  This conference is for anyone who loves sharing nature with others and continuing their education. Teachers, naturalists, retirees, camp staff, interns, etc. The conference is in its 42nd year and going strong! Cost is $30 – cheap for a full day of sessions, meals, and optional […]

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Healthy Home Soils and Composting Class

September 18, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Join Franklin Soil and Water, Franklin Park Conservatory, The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO), and Walnut Creek Seeds, LLC. for this free class about the basics of home composting, vermicomposting, and using cover crops on Saturday, October 14th at Franklin Park Conservatory. Many participants will win prizes including a compost bin, Worm Factory […]

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Helpful Ideas for Schools

September 4, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Create a Schoolyard Habitat Connect children with nature by having them experience the joy of creating and maintaining a wildlife habitat at school. National Wildlife Federation certification is free to schools. Read more about how to create and certify a Schoolyard Habitat from National Wildlife Federation. —— Start a Bird Club! It’s educational and fun […]

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FREE TREES FOR A FALL EVENT

August 10, 2017 Kids and Nature Uncategorized

Plan a tree-planting event this fall and provide children and young people with a hands-on opportunity to learn about the importance of native trees and how to plant and take care of trees. Free, native bare-root tree seedlings are available to certified Schoolyard Habitats http://www.nwf.org/Garden-For-Wildlife/Create/Schoolyards.aspx If you aren’t already certified, you can certify your school through […]

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