The Healthy Watersheds, Healthy Communities Program is offering two training sessions to engage middle and high school teachers in place-based stewardship education.  

The training can help teachers:

  • Teach students about their local Great Lakes watershed
  • Explore watershed health and identify stressors to local ecosystems
  • Learn about coastal wetlands and their plants and animals
  • Identify potential stewardship opportunities for students
  • Get students learning outside!

Separate training events will be held on August 16 and 17:

  • August 16, 2017 — Lake Erie Metropark Marshland Museum (Wayne County) PDF
  • August 17, 2017 — River Raisin Institute (Monroe) PDF

Space is limited, so register by August 1 to reserve your seat! Contact Daria Hyde at or (517) 284-6189. Click on the PDF links above for more details.