Calendar of Events

Teacher Workshops

May 2015

May 2 End Date

Angler Education Instructor Training Workshop

San Antonio
Become a TPWD certified Angler Education Instructor
May 2 End Date

Aquatic WILD

Austin - Beverly Sheffield Education Center
REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED - Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
May 9 End Date

Angler Education Instructor Training Workshop

TPWD Offices at Airport Commerce Park
Become a TPWD certified Angler Education Instructor
May 15 End Date

Project WILD Facilitator Training

El Paso - Carlos M. Ramirez TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center
Join the corps of volunteer Facilitators who lead the suite of Project WILD workshops - Prerequisite required
May 16 End Date

Growing Up WILD

Corpus Christi - Texas State Aquarium
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children

June 2015

Jun 6 End Date

Project WILD

Dallas - Dallas Zoo
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
Jun 10 End Date

Aquatic WILD

Denton - Elm Fork Education Center
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children
Jun 30 End Date

Project WILD

Hempstead - Blackwood Educational Land Institute
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children

July 2015

Jul 22 End Date

Texas Aquatic Science Teacher Workshop

San Marcos-The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit attending the Texas Aquatic Science is a comprehensive aquatic science curriculum, from molecules to ecosystems, and headwaters to ocean, for middle school and high school students.
Jul 31 End Date

Growing Up WILD

Edinburg Scenic Wetlands
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children

August 2015

Aug 15 End Date

Project WILD

Humble - Jesse Jones Park
Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children

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