Learn about fascinating CFANS faculty research while the kids attend fun, hands-on, educational activities about animal adaptations, maple syrup, and raptors. Don't miss this great opportunity to explore science together! Kids must be registered in advance, by Saturday, March 25. Adult program registration available online anytime before April 1 and at the event. Classes Without Quizzes … Continue reading Classes without Quizzes, Apr. 1
Offered by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources The Minnesota DNR Divisions of Ecological and Water Resources, Forestry, and Fish and Wildlife are partnering to offer training in the use of the DNR Field Guides to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota and how they can be used to help inform management decisions. There will … Continue reading 2017 Native Plant Community Field Guide Training
I wanted to reach out to you and pass along that Nature Explore Workshops are coming to Minnesota! Thank you to St. Therese School for hosting these Nature Explore workshops. It would be wonderful for you to join us at St. Therese School and take part in these engaging, hands-on professional development Workshops. Workshops: Using Your … Continue reading Nature Explore Workshops June 20
Become an Aquatic Invasive Species Detector! Join a network of citizen scientists and learn how to identify and report AIS. Registration is now open for AIS Detectors, MAISRC’s new volunteer network and science-based training program launched in partnership with University of Minnesota Extension. If you are a concerned, motivated citizen over the age of 18 … Continue reading Register today to become an AIS Detector!
Maple Syrup Festivals Saturday, March 25 and April 1 Sap collecting, syrup cooking, horse-drawn rides, demonstrations, and hot maple syrup sundaes await the whole family. http://csbsju.edu/outdooru/education/events/maplesyrupfestival Saint John’s Outdoor University 104 New Science Center | 2346 Science Drive, PO Box 3000 | Collegeville, MN 56321 320-363-3163 | http://www.csbsju.edu/OutdoorU
Registration is now open for two 2017 Plant Identification (I.D.) workshops*, both of which will be held in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula near the shores of scenic Lake Superior on: 1. Isle Royale National Park (June 5-10), based at Rock Harbor, and 2. Keweenaw Peninsula (July 25-27), based in Copper Harbor, Michigan's northernmost village. This … Continue reading Plant I.D. workshops, Lk Superior area
We've just released our new Owl Pellet Investigation kit, and have lots of free resources related to our favorite nocturnal birds. Read "owl" about it! For more details, please visit: Owl Pellet Investigation. To learn more about this and other projects, please select: Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Follow this link for a great video on the MN Master Naturalist program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pD__RbwwAw
Many of these webinars would be appropriate for advanced training. http://nctc.fws.gov/topic/online-training/webinars/index.html