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Nature of Teaching Virtual Workshops With Certifications

Got Nature? Blog: The Nature of Teaching Extension program includes formal standards-based curricula and informal activity-based curricula all centered around getting youth outside. Topics included are Food Waste, Health & Wellness, and Wildlife. Each program area provides standards-based lesson plans free as a downloadable PDF. Lesson plans are classroom-ready for grades K-12.

The resources keep growing with now virtual workshops with K-12 curriculum and activities. Whether you are a teacher, natural resource leader or 4-H leader you will expand your knowledge on natural resources, conservation, and the environment along with receiving a certificate of completion.

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Rod Williams, Professor of Wildlife Science & Wildlife Extension Specialist
Purdue University Department of Forestry and Natural Resources

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