Engaging Students with Crayfish and Water Quality Monitoring
Janice Elvidge from the National Park Service will team up with Debra Berg, veteran teacher from Columbia High School, Cory Samia from the Water Resources Education Center, and Rick Reynolds from Engaging Every Student to step you through student activities including scientific investigations in your local watershed to benefit people and wildlife. Learn methods to monitor native and invasive crayfish, as well as a variety of factors which impact water quality, while meeting the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards. Learn about ways to participate with The River Mile's project helping biologists and wildlife managers, and how different tools can be used to collect, analyze, and share data and student observations.
Registration is FREE
Lunch is provided
Free Clock Hours for Washington State Teachers
Certificate of Participation for Oregon State Teachers
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