If you or your students have ideas for field-based research, we want to help.
Hosted by Mike Weddle and Bernie Carlsen, Diack Ecology Education Program.
This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not. However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. Signing in before registering saves you and our organization time, so we thank you!
This meeting will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive an email with the meeting link after you register. If this is your first time using Zoom, you will need to allow yourself a few minutes to download the app here: https://zoom.us/
Learn to engage students in fascinating crayfish studies and water quality monitoring in this webinar with partners from the River Mile Network.
Attendees will be introduced to methods to monitor native and invasive crayfish, as well as a variety of factors that impact water quality. Free resources and access to apply for grant funds to support you in implementing lessons with your students in your local watershed will be provided. You will also learn about ways to participate with the River Mile's crayfish study, helping scientists and wildlife managers protect people and the environment.
1 PDU will be provided for attending, contingent upon completing an exit survey.
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