Workshops, Institutes, and Programs

Upcoming Workshops & Events

ONREP workshops are offered at NO cost to Oregon educators through external funding that covers all materials, fees, and instruction costs.

Outdoor School Workshops will start with ODS in the title.

Other Workshops and Programs

Non-ONREP Events & Opportunities

Supporting Young Scientists & Mathematicians

September 18, 2021 

Oregon Coast STEM Hub preK educators

Join staff from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) and discover what it looks and sounds like when young children are practicing STEM skills. Register for the 2 hour virtual SCIENCE and/or the MATH workshop. Stipends and PDUs included. Learn more Update 9/7: This workshop is now FULL. 

WILD Learning Lab:  Bat Blitz Online

October 28th, 2021 from 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. 

Select Project WILD activities have been reimagined and redeveloped for online implementation. These activities are available on the WILD Learning Lab Google site.  Activities here provide certified Project WILD facilitators and educators (educators who have completed Project WILD professional development training) with options for Responsible Recreation and safe learning  during the COVID pandemic. While prior experience through Project WILD professional development workshops is suggested, it is not required for accessing and using the WILD Learning Lab resources.  All are welcome!

Interested in learning how to use "Bat Blitz Online?"  Register HERE for a free one-hour educator training. This event will be held in conjunction with several other learning events that are part of Bat Week 2021


Oregon Environmental Literacy Program’s new publication is called “Teaching Outside: Connecting Outdoor Learning to Environmental Literacy.” The goal of the publication is to encourage and support educators who use or want to use the outdoors as an integral part of the teaching and learning experience for their students. It is free to download!


Forest Discovery Trail

Do you live in the Corvallis area and want to do some exploring with students and children? Come investigate the Forest Discovery Trail!  This program has been developed to honor Dr. William Ferrell, the first forest ecologist hired by the College of Forestry. Download investigation cards and learn more about the Forest Discovery Trail

This program is through Oregon State University, College of Forestry, Research Forests