Friday, April 7, 2023

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Format & Length: In person, 6.5 hours

Audience: 3rd - 8th grade educators; adaptable for K-12

Curriculum: Project WILD’s Aquatic WILD guide


Engage students in crayfish and water quality investigations while interacting with and learning how to include the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Science and Engineering Practices into your learning environment. Learn how different tools can be used to collect, analyze, and share data and student observations. Explore connections between forests and freshwater ecosystems. Learn how to get free equipment, transportation, subs, and more to participate in The River Mile network's Crayfish Study.  

Brought to you by: Oregon Coast STEM Hub, The River Mile Network, Engaging Every Student, and Oregon Natural Resources Educator Program (ONREP). 

Registration required. Offered at no cost to formal and nonformal Oregon educators. PDUs available. Substitute reimbursement offered on teacher workdays.

Registration for this worskhop has closed. 


South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Coos Bay, OR