Natural resource professionals and conservation organizations are invited to a one-day workshop about teaching aquatic invasive species to youth. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Montana Department of Natural Resources are co-hosting three workshops in June. Workshops will be held in Kalispell on June 21, Billings on June 25 and Butte on June 27.
The workshops are designed to provide participants with the knowledge, techniques and tools needed to conduct aquatic invasive species programs for schools, field days or other events.
The workshops include hands-on instruction on how to teach specific invasive species activities. Participants will receive an Invasive Species Teaching Tools Trunk, which contains everything needed to teach the activities on their own.
The training is conducted by the Invasive Species Action Network. The workshops are free, but registration is required. To register contact Sarah Ganter at 518-727-8275 or email email@example.com.