Leopold Education Project

Thursday, July 16, 2020

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location: Winona Lake Senior Center

Calling all formal educators, informal educators and naturalists! The Lilly Center is partnering with the Leopold Education Project to showcase their lessons in Land Ethic.

Teachers: This workshop also offers 3 continuing education credits!

Tell us you’re coming today; RSVP is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leopold-education-project-tickets-95697304213

Aldo Leopold, the well-renowned author of A Sand County Almanac, was known for his ability to cultivate a sense of place that has inspired generations to practice good stewardship of their local environment. This workshop will highlight a variety of hands-on and engaging activities that can be used with students and community groups alike. The workshop will be facilitated by Vincent Gresham, state coordinator for the Leopold Education Project, and representative of Cardno Native Plant Nursery.

The base workshop fee is $15, which includes registration, lunch and a copy of the full LEP curriculum. Copies of Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac can be pre-ordered for an additional $6, or you can feel free to bring your own copy.

For questions or to get more information contact Caitlin Yoder, event coordinator at the Lilly Center, at yodercs@grace.edu or 574-372-5100 ext 6453.