May 15, 2017
by Lorian McConnell
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Great Basin Outdoor School’s Upcoming Summer Education Opportunities

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Join Great Basin Outdoor School for some exciting education opportunities this summer!

They are hosting a Summer day camp at the River School Farm July 17-21 & 24-28 and a

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Project WET educator workshop for the entire family at Mayberry Park June 24.

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Here is more information for the Project WET educator event: 2017 WET flier.

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April 27, 2017
by Lorian McConnell
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TMPF Talks: Ecology

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Want to learn about our local ecology in the Truckee Meadows? Well you’re in luck! Our quarterly lecture series: TMPF Talks is returning with a look at ecological systems in the Truckee Meadows!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more from our expert speakers at this FREE event on May 8th (6-8pm)!

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April 19, 2017
by Lorian McConnell
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Earth Week Climate Education Teach-In

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Join ACE for a livestream teach-in on climate science and solutions. We’ll be playing trivia, watching videos from Our Climate Our Future, and taking Q&A with renowned climate scientist Scott Denning of Colorado State University and youth climate leader Maxine Jimenez of UC Santa Cruz. Sign up now.

When: Monday, April 24, 2017, 1:00pm EDT / 10:00am PDT

Where: Streaming straight to your classroom. Just log in and join.

Scott Denning, Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, March 28, 2011

Scott Denning, Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, March 28, 2011

 

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April 11, 2017
by Lorian McConnell
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Calling all young conservationists!

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EarthEcho International invites young environmental leaders ages 15-22 to apply for the EarthEcho International Youth Leadership Council (YLC) provides young people with the unique opportunity to provide valuable insight and expertise from a youth perspective to the development of EarthEcho International’s programs, lead initiatives to engage young people in conservation work on a global scale, and develop programs to help support EarthEcho’s mission of inspiring young people worldwide to act now for a sustainable future! Through this role, YLC members will serve in an advisory capacity and gain an understanding of the operations of an international non-profit organization, help expand the impact of EarthEcho’s programs, interact with leaders in the fields of conservation, education, and service-learning, and gain access to experts and resources to explore personal conservation interests. Applications for this program are due April 22, 2017 and can be accessed, along with complete program details, at: bit.ly/EEIYLC. Questions? Contact Sean Russell at youthcouncil@earthecho.org.

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