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Leopold Education Workshop
March 10 at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm$20
Help your students develop a “land ethic.”
Owasso Public Schools & Camp Loughridge Outdoor Classroom
The Leopold Education Project is an innovative, interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education curriculum based on the essays in Aldo Leopold’s conservation classic, A Sand County Almanac. Are you a formal or informal educator who would like to incorporate Leopold and the land ethic into your instruction in a hands-on, creative way? Join us to learn how to apply the Leopold Education Project curriculum and Leopold’s own teaching techniques with your students!
Potluck Lunch—Main Course provided, bring a dessert, vegetable or drinks (if you have diet restrictions, bring your own lunch).
Dress for the weather—we will be inside and outside. Bring a favorite conservation book to tell us about.
$20 registration fee to cover materials
($25 fee AFTER February 28)
Register by mailing check (made out to LEP) to Cheryl Cheadle, Camp Loughridge, 4900 West 71st Street, Tulsa, OK 74131
Please include your name, email address, and cell phone number. And tell us a bit about yourself!
What does it mean to be ecologically literate?
Who is responsible for natural resources?
Is it important to be connected to nature?
Do animals and plants have a voice?
918-408-5805 or 918-720-8128