OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Using the Outdoors as Part of Your Classroom

Monday, May 8, 2017

Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Audience:  3rd – 8th grade educators

Curriculum:  Flying WILD

Description: Klamath Basin Educators, this workshop will offer resources and curriculum for connecting youth to the outdoors and Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Tule Lake has excellent facilities for creating an Outdoor Classroom experience. As the first National Wildlife Refuge created by Teddy Roosevelt, it provides access to one of the largest areas for wintering waterfowl along the Pacific Flyway. We will be using Project Flying WILD Books to create refuge specific programs for your 3rd - 8th grade classrooms.  Oregon educators that participant in the entire workshop will receive workshop resources including the Flying WILD curriculum guide.

Offered to Oregon Educators at no cost AND Substitute reimbursement is available.

Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
Tulelake, CA