Pine Barrens Environmental Education Workshop
Attention Teachers! Build up some STEAM with Pine Barrens Ecology. This unique Environmental Education workshop features voluntary participation in a long-term online Geographic Information Systems (GIS) research project. Have nonnative fish and frogs moved into Camp Ockanickon’s buy clomid streams and lakes? What do these bioindicators tell us about the quality of Pine Barrens waters? Join Pinelands Adventures Director of Education, John Volpa, for this relevant and meaningful professional development workshop. Five Continuing Education Credits earned.
Date: March 23, 2016
Time: 9am -3pm
Where: Camp Ockanickon; 1303 Stokes Road; Medford NJ 08055
Register today by printing out your Registration Form