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that the Warren Fish Hatchery will be closed to the public start- ing on July 1st. The hatchery will be undergoeing some capi- tal improvements and will be shut down for several weeks. We will keep you posted as to when the hatchery will reopen.
For more information on educa- tional resources for teachers available from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, visit http://www.wildnh.com/Educati
"If you talk to the animals, they will talk with you and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them you will not know them, and what you do not know, you will fear. What one fears, one destroys..."
..............Chief Dan George
Thank you for joining us this week. Until the next time, as always, please take time to enjoy the natural world around you. Questions, comments and sugges- tions can be sent to PO Box 10, Warren, NH 03279 or emailed to: email@example.com
Hello and welcome to this week’s Nature Tracks. If you are a teacher and would like to learn a bit more about wildlife, water- shed and ecosystems, then this is th eprogram for you.
OPPORTUNITIES TARGET WATERSHEDS, WILDLIFE AND ECOSYSTEMS
ATTENTION TEACHERS SUMMER LEARNING
Two summer institutes for teachers offer a chance for edu- cators to get in-depth training about watersheds, wildlife and ecosystems.
SUMMER INSTITUTE - The Homer Museum Institute for Teaching Science, Merrimack River Region, will hold a nine- day Summer Institute in Manchester, N.H., weekdays from July 6-16, 2010. Designed for teachers of grades 3-8 (also open to K-2), the workshop's broad theme is "Interactions in the Sciences: Observe, Investigate, Explain." Through exploring the Merrimack River watershed, educators will learn how to meet physical, life and science frameworks in their classroom. They will canoe the Nashua River, climb Mt. Watatic, walk the woodland paths at Beaver Brook, build a river flow model and forest floor terrarium. Learn how to create a science notebook as a way to enliven science lessons and provide a valuable tool for student assessment.
Institute is presented by the Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center, Nashua River Watershed Association, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Beaver Brook Association. Presenters include New Hampshire Fish and Game Department wildlife educators. The cost is $250 for one educa- tor (discounts for multiple edu- cators from one school). Various undergraduate and graduate credits available (additional fee for graduate). Register by June 1! To register online, go to http://www.mits.org/summer_in stitute.ht
WATERSHED ECOLOGY INSTITUTE - A ten-day Summer Institute for teachers and community leaders will be held July 19-23 and 26-30, 2010, at Plymouth Regional High School in Plymouth, N.H. This course is offered through the University of New Hampshire Division of Continuing Education and taught by staff from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, UNH Cooperative Extension and the N.H. Department of Environmental Services. The class uses water- sheds as a framework for study- ing wetlands, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds and estuaries. In addition to extensive back- ground information, participants will get a host of curriculum materials and activities for the classroom. Ideal for science educators, youth leaders and community planners such as Conservation Commission members. College credit and tuition assistance are available. For the 2010 registration brochure, visit http://www.wildnh.com/Educati
m. For more information, call Fish and Game Aquatic Resources
Education at 603-271-0456 and ask for Judy Tumosa, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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