"Meet and Greet" for Local Educators and Community Partners
Date change: Wednesday, September 25th
4-6pm at the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm (Gold Hill, Placerville area)
We will have our second annual "Meet and Greet" for local teachers and community members. In conjunction with the Innovations in Environmental Education Fund, enjoy an afternoon social that promotes environmental education in schools and discusses local funding opportunities. Parents, teachers, and administrators can attend. The event is FREE - appetizers and drinks provided. RSVP to Molly by September 23rd - we kindly ask you limit your RSVP to 1 to 3 representatives from your school.
Educator Workshop: Connecting Nature and the Arts
Saturday, October 5th
9am-12:30pm at the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm (Gold Hill)
Join local visual artist Andie Thrams for a hands-on workshop and learn how you can connect the arts and nature into a classroom or out of the classroom experience.
$15 (lunch included). Contact Molly to RSVP and location details. This program is supported by the Innovations in Environmental Education Fund.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
From our friends at the American River Conservancy: