Watershed Guardians is a free program that provides an opportunity for students 6th through 12th grade to learn about steelhead trout and monitor the water quality in the watershed habitats they depend on to survive. Students will be visited in the classroom by a Museum educator providing a presentation covering the steelhead trout life cycle, human activities that threaten steelhead survival, and the basics of water quality testing.
After the classroom lesson students will go on a 1.5 hour field trip where they will conduct multiple water quality tests in the field. Curriculums will be provided for teachers to conduct follow up lessons that involve entering and analyzing data, further inquiry, and stewardship.
WATERSHED GUARDIANS- TEACHER WORKSHOP
- Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 1:00 PM 5:00 PM
- Garland Ranch Regional ParkCarmel Valley, CA 93940 (map)
Watershed Guardians is for teachers for grades 6-12, and anyone interested in volunteering to help out. In support of students performing water quality monitoring at 5 sites along the Carmel River and to increase awareness of environmental threats to steelhead trout at Garland Regional Park.
Wednesday, June 27th from 1:00- 4:00pm, or Friday, June 29th from 8:30am- 12:30pm.
CEU's: Continuing Education Units will be offered for teachers completing the workshop. They will also receive a Watershed Guardians Teacher Resource Packet containing: NGSS aligned 6-12th grade lesson plans, activity descriptions and materials, and access to lesson circles.
Snacks and beverages will be provided. Please bring lunch if planning to eat a full meal onsite.
Contact and Registration: Matt McConnell 831-648-5716 ex 11, firstname.lastname@example.org