Workshop Frequently Asked Questions Upcoming Workshops & Events ONREP workshops are offered at NO cost to Oregon educators through external funding that covers all materials, fees, and instruction costs, unless otherwise noted. For more information about our workshops, including our cancellation policy, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us with your questions. Workshops tailored to Outdoor School are indicated with 'ODS' in the title. You can also peruse some of our previous workshops if you are interested in seeing what we have offered in the past. COVID-19 Response Strategy Due to COVID-19 response strategies our workshops are subject to change. We will post any updates to our workshops on this site, please check back frequently. ONREP's primary goal is the health and wellbeing of all facilitators, participants, and guests. All in-person events will comply with federal, state, Oregon State University, county, and local regulations as well as the policies of the event facility. More detailed information will be shared in the workshop confirmation which is sent to registrants prior to the workshop. Scheduled Workshops Tribal History, Shared History & Explore Your Environment (Malheur PD) In-Person , OntarioAs part of the Malheur Fall Professional Development Day this interactive and hands on session will explore SB 13 and how activities from the new Explore Your Environment Project Learning Tree K-8 Guide can complement Tribal History, Shared History lessons and our Indigenous neighbors’ perspectives. The Regional Educator Network has made all session open to Malheur, Grant, Harney, Lake, and Wallowa County educators. Date: October 7, 2022Location: Ontario, ORFind out more Exploring Modified Project Learning Tree Lessons with the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde - OnlineJoin us for this interactive, online, workshop, the first to explore newly modified Project Learning Tree (PLT) activities! The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde (CTGR) chose 3 activities to supplement and infuse with their culture and Indigenous Knowledge to make them place-based; one for K-2 grade students, one for 3-5 grade students, and one for 6-8 grade students. Date: November 1, 2022 to November 3, 2022Location: OnlineFind out more Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) Natural Resource Educators Conference and Envirothon Training - In-Person, SilvertonThis in-person conference will focus on the social, economic and ecological aspects of Oregon’s natural resources. The optional second day is training for Oregon Envirothon 2023. Date: December 14, 2022 to December 15, 2022Location: Silverton, OregonFind out more View Previously Offered Workshops Other Opportunities Trauma-Informed Toolkit In early 2022, ONREP published the Trauma-Informed Toolkit - A Resource for Educators . The Trauma-Informed Toolkit supports and complements educators’ knowledge and skillset in implementing trauma-informed approaches in educational settings. It is a resource document on trauma and trauma resilience including practical strategies and tools for educators.