Calendar of Events

Project WILD Workshops

TPWD offers Project WILD workshops for educators. Don’t see an event near you? Contact Kiki.Corry@tpwd.texas.gov to host a Project WILD workshop in your area.

April 2016

Apr 30 End Date

Growing Up WILD Workshop

Edinburg, TX - Edinburg Scenic Wetlands & World Birding Center
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with young children

June 2016

Jun 4 End Date

Project WILD Workshop

Dallas, TX - Dallas Zoo
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
Jun 16 End Date

Project WILD Facilitator Training

San Antonio, TX - Hardberger Park
Training to conduct the Suite of WILD workshops - prerequisite required
Jun 18 End Date

Growing Up WILD Facilitator Training

San Antonio, TX - Hardberger Park
Training to conduct Growing Up WILD Workshops - prerequisite required

July 2016

Jul 15 End Date

Project WILD Facilitator Training

Seagoville, TX - John Bunker Sands Wetland Center
Training to conduct the Suite of WILD workshops - prerequisite required
Jul 26 End Date

Project WILD Facilitator Training

Junction, TX - Texas Tech - Junction Outdoor School
Training to conduct the Suite of WILD workshops - prerequisite required

August 2016

Aug 11 End Date

Project WILD/Aquatic WILD Combo

Edinburg, TX - Edinburg Scenic Wetlands & World Birding Center
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
Aug 13 End Date

Project WILD Workshop

Lockhart State Park
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
Aug 19 End Date

Growing Up WILD Facilitator Training

Dallas, TX - Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Training to conduct Growing Up WILD Workshops - prerequisite required

September 2016

Sep 17 End Date

Aquatic WILD Workshop

Plano, TX - Plano Environmental Education Center
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children

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