Natural History & Environmental Education Intensive
Saturday & Sunday, April 12 & 13, 2014
Clem Miller Environmental Education Center
"Here is a knowledgeable group that LOVES what they are doing. I found the flow, pace and content to be masterfully planned and the 'place' context to be invaluable." ~ 2013 Course Participant
Join us for a dynamic weekend of natural history and environmental education training at the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center. Designed for teachers, naturalists, environmental educators and youth program leaders, this course is led by a team of experienced professional naturalists and educators who employ hands-on, field-based activities designed to engage and stimulate learners. Topics include animal tracking, native plant identification and uses, stream ecology, environmental education tips, tools and activities, nighthikes and campfire programs, integrating environmental education across the curriculum and program planning.
For more information and to register, please call 415-663-1200 x 306.
Course fee includes 20 hours of instruction, overnight lodging at the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center, Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast. For an additional $55, one unit of academic credit (EDUC 390) is available through Sonoma State University's School of Education.