This is the second part of the two-day Leopold Education Project, a workshop open to teachers, youth group leaders, conservation managers, and landowners. LEP is a collaborative, hands-on workshop experience to help understand, build, and apply a land ethic to guide our work in conservation, education, and ecological restoration.
This full-day, hands-on workshop includes Leopold Education Project teaching and learning materials such as a copy of A Sand County Almanac, regional conservation organization packet, and a sweet piece of Lancaster Conservancy gear! Participants will:
- Learn about active, regional stewardship efforts to restore critical habitat and biodiversity.
- Share in a fun restoration ecology educational activity and K-12 classroom adapted lessons.
- Collaborate to build and apply a community land ethic.
- Enjoy arts-based activities that enhance and enrich the land ethic experience.
If you are attending both days of the workshop, please be sure to also get tickets for the Friday, March 15 film screening and discussion, “Leopold Education Project: Green Fire Screening.”
Full workshop participants will receive their LEP materials for the Saturday session following the film screening on Friday. If you cannot attend the Friday screening of Green Fire, you can still attend this Saturday workshop.
This event is for ages 18 and up.