Lakeville: A Natural Resource Management Activity
Free Workshop for Educators!



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When: January 18, 2019
Where: Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, 2232 NE Jacksonville Rd, Ocala, FL 34470
Registration deadline: December 15, 2018, or when space is full.

Join us for a FREE educator workshop to learn an exciting activity you can use to teach youth about natural resource management, invasive species and civic engagement!

Lakeville: A Natural Resource Management Activity is a curriculum unit that teaches students the role native, non-native, and invasive species play in ecosystems and the social significance of these ecosystems. Students are challenged to make management decisions, taking the perspectives of various stakeholders in their community into account as they attempt to address the problem of invasive species. Students then assess what effect their decisions will have on the ecosystem.

More information about the Lakeville educational unit

This workshop will provide hands-on training for educators to learn all components of the Lakeville activity, from initial preparation through assessment.

  • ► Exciting curriculum to teach your students about natural resource management, invasive species and civic engagement
  • ► Earn 6 PDP’s
  • ► Free resources and materials
  • ► No cost to attend!
  • ► Door Prizes!
  • ► Lunch, snacks, and beverages will be provided.
  • ► Open to all educators, both formal and non-formal.

Limited workshop space available. Register now!

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