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Scheduled Dates


2/1/2020   10:00 AM  02:00 PM


Forest Health and the Energy Connection: Leveraging Your School Site to Save Energy

The will be held on Saturday, February 1, 2020
From 10:00 AM until 02:00 PM

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Located in : West Bend, WI, West Bend School District Outdoor Classroom
Instructor: Kate Flick


Formal/Nonformal Educator: $35.00

Join LEAF and KEEP to explore the intersection between energy conservation and forest health. Your urban forest is a powerful tool improving your community’s air and water quality, reducing heating and cooling needs, and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. We’ll demonstrate how to conduct tree inventories on your school grounds then apply the ecosystem benefits derived to evaluate your school building’s energy management opportunities. You’ll become connected to two online civic science tools for the classroom, the Wisconsin Community Tree Map from the WDNR and PLT’s Teaching with i-Tree, as well as receive training using professional forestry and energy tools available for loan to your school. The workshop will include time for school site assessment and lesson planning, and a variety of ready-to-use activities and tools will be supplied so educators can integrate relevant lessons right away. Recommended for educators of grades 5-12.



Additional Information

This workshop will be co-led by Kate Flick of LEAF-Wisconsin's K-12 Forestry Education Program and Annie Baker of KEEP-Wisconsin's K-12 Energy Education Program, both Outreach Specialists in the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education at UW-Stevens Point.

 

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