Training: Environmental Monitoring Training in June
SIFAT is excited about an upcoming training opportunity to be held June 28-30, 2016, on our campus. The following press release is from the 4-H Alabama Water Watch Program, with whom we are partners for this conference.
The 4-H Alabama Water Watch Program is partnering with five environmental centers around the state, including SIFAT, to provide teachers and volunteer educators with the opportunity to learn to use the Exploring Our Living Streams: Stream Biomonitoring and Water Chemistry Monitoring Curriculum.
During this two-day workshop, participants will learn to use the EOLS curriculum, which is correlated to the Alabama Course of Study and is endorsed by the Alabama Math, Science and Technology Initiative. Participants will also be certified as water monitors and will learn how they can certify youth as 4-H AWW Water Monitors.
Participants who complete this training will receive Continuing Education Units from Auburn University. Food and lodging is provided. This opportunity is funded in part by a grant from the EPA Office of Environmental Education.
*There is a $25 application fee due with registration.
Workshop Locations and Dates:
- Troy University in Phenix City, Riverfront Campus – June 7-9
- Weeks Bay National Estuary and Research Reserve in Fairhope – June 14-16
- SIFAT (Servants in Faith and Technology) in Lineville – June 28-30
- Black Belt Conservation and Research Institute at the University of West Alabama in Livingston – July 12-14
- McDowell Environmental Center in Nauvoo, AL – July 26-28
Click here to download a flyer. For more info and to register, click here or call he AWW Office at 334.844.4785.