Wild About Wildlife to be held at DCB
BOTTINEAU — The Natural Resource Institute Part III “Wild About Wildlife” will be held on June 20 and 21 at the Dakota College at Bottineau campus. This is the third in a series of professional development classes for both formal and informal educators.
Educators from throughout North Dakota are invited to attend the institute, which is a partnership between N.D. Natural Resource Trust, Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies Project WILD and Dakota College at Bottineau.
While exploring the issues and identifying solutions, participants will receive real-world, user-friendly, and classroom-ready instruction from specially trained Project WILD facilitators, resource professionals and scientists. They learn how to perform a wildlife inventory and will tour J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge. Participants also have the opportunity to receive one or two graduate credits.
Following the institute participants will be able to transfer the institute’s field studies to practical classroom applications. The hands-on, minds-on learning presentations, activities, field tours and environmental investigations are transferable to the classroom settings. Each participant will receive a Project WILD guide containing educational activities.
Additional information is available online www.dakotacollege.edu/nri