Hosted by the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance, the “Food, Land, and People” workshop will explore how agriculture, the environment, and people connect.
This workshop is free, and runs August 4-5 at Trap Pond State Park in Laurel, DE. Teachers will receive an 800 page curriculum ($35 value), numerous giveaways and classroom supplies, clock hour credits, and have the opportunity to visit local farms and explore Trap Pond! Lunch and refreshments are also provided.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-443-8878 by July 11.
Download the workshop brochure here.