Project WILD, Growing Up WILD, Teaching Environmental Science Naturally, Colorado Archery in the Schools Program and other training opportunities for educators.
For a complete list of available workshops, check out the Colorado Parks and Wildlife calendar.
Volunteer Naturalist Training Wednesday, August 23
Application Period Open for Environmental Education Volunteer Training for Summer/Fall 2017 at Lory State Park.
Lory State Park is accepting applications for the August 2017 training class for Lory Interpretive Naturalist Volunteers. Sponsored by Colorado State Parks and Wildlife and Friends of Lory State Park, the training is free, open to anyone 18 years of age or older, but limited to a total of 15 applicants. Who: If you have a love of nature and the outdoors, a drive for life-long learning and a desire to provide service for your community, you’ll enjoy being an interpretive environmental education volunteer. Outdoor environmental education volunteers are a motivated, curious, and interesting group of people from diverse backgrounds.
Delta OUT (Outdoor Understanding for Teachers) 'WILD About Raptors' Workshop for K-12 TeachersSaturday, September 9
Ridgway, CO - Explore and understand birds of prey through hands-on learning activities from the Flying WILD K-12 Curriculum & Activity Guide! Participants will discover new academic activities to apply both inside and outside the classroom as we investigate the importance of raptors in nature, assess raptor habitat elements, and 'dig' into owl pellets. Avian experts will be there to build up your ecological knowledge as you uncover a new enthusiasm for teaching about birds of prey.
Basic Archery Instructor Certification Class - DenverTuesday, October 24
Basic Archery Instructor Certification Class for physical education teachers through the National Archery in the Schools Program.
Basic Archery Instructor CertificationThursday, October 26