Hello Partners and Fellow Youth Educators - 

The Texas Wildlife Association Youth Education program called L.A.N.D.S. (Learning Across New Dimensions in Science) has 3 upcoming field days that will be held at Cedar Mountain Lodge in Scurry, TX.  http://www.cedarmtnlodge.com/

Are You Available To Help?

 January 18, 2012 /285 - 7th graders from Adams Middle School in Grand Prairie
 February 28, 2012 / 360 - 7th graders from Coyle Middle School in Garland

We will start around 9:30am and finish by 2pm each day.

Students will rotate through 4 stations which are 30 minutes each.  Since we have so
many kids, we are trying to put together enough volunteers to offer 2 sets of stations / rotations:

* Quail CSI / Scent Station
* Native Plant ID / Nature Walk
* Radio Telemetry

Great Networking at the Annual Christmas Party.  Dave Pennington's Pizza

Our two-day intensive course fulfills the educational requirements for the LEED GA exam, as well as covering everything you would need to know to pass the GA exam. You will review all LEED rating systems, go over other essential concepts, and take practice exams. Flash cards and student workbook included. Flash cards and student workbook included.

Meets:

W & Th: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, 2 Sessions

Hours:

16.00

The Association of Energy Engineers Certified Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM™) program is designed to provide recognition for professionals who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the growing field of carbon reduction. The designation CRM identifies individuals who have demonstrated high levels of technical expertise in energy management and environmental practices. This course has been approved by AIA for continuing education credits through AEE and qualifies for GBCI's (CMP) for LEED ® professionals. For prerequisites or to register visitwww.uta.edu/ded/ced/crm

   

Meets:

W, Th & F: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, 3 Sessions

Growing up WILD - (Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Teachers)

Art projects, songs, and movement stretch your students' nature literacy and enhance their outdoor experiences.

•Make and take activities for your classroom!

•27 field-tested, hands-on, nature based activities in a full-color 11 x17 activity guide

•Is correlated to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Standards and the Head Start Domains

http://projectwild.org/GrowingUpWILD.htm

Cost: $40 (Registration & Payment due: 12/1)

To register please complete Project WILD registration form or contact Allison Milstead at amilstead@rocketmail.com

 

Trinity River Audubon Center offers workshops designed to give
educators the knowledge and skills necessary to implement environmental
education with their students and to make the most of their educational
field experiences at Trinity River Audubon Center.

All workshops are hands-on, field-based, and TEKS-linked and are
designed to strengthen critical thinking skills across disciplines,
improve science literacy, and reinforce science concepts taught in the
classroom.

Project WILD Aquatic - (Kindergarten through 12th grade Teachers)

Cost: $45.00

To register please complete Project WILD registration form or contact Allison Milstead at amilstead@rocketmail.com or call 817-201-7502

Join us for this fun, social happy hour where you'll meet quality
professionals in the architecture, design, real estate, and construction
industries. This happy hour is fully devoted to what you all do best...
socializing and making connections.

This is a place to meet new people, trade business cards and make
plans for one-on-one appointments outside the happy hour. This event has
already produced amazing REAL opportunities for business between
members.

Join us for casual networking, great drink specials and FREE appetizers! Bring a friend and lots of business cards.

When: Wed., October 19, 2011, 5-7 pm

Cost: FREE

Where: The Meddlesome Moth, 1621 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75207

Parking:  Complimentary valet available or on-street parking where available

We will be meeting in the private building behind the main building. (Times Ten II)

DFW Greenweavers is a power group of local,
sustainable businesses that have been operating in the Metroplex as
experts in their given Green fields.

$1/person plus food/drinks.

When people arrive you will be broken into three groups:

1) Home and Buildings 

2) Food and Gardening

3) Health and Lifestyle 

The first part of the meeting will be spent socializing with the
people in your industry. There has been a great response from people
spending time with others that are in their given fields.

After that you will draw a business card from the hat. You will then
have a 5 minute 1-1 with that person and you will be giving their 30
second commercial! This was a HUGE success last time. Lots of FUN!

Bring plenty of business cards and a DYNAMITE 60-second commercial!

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