Interpreting Nature for Others: Techniques to Educate and Inspire

Upper Valley Land Trust and the Converse Free Library present:
 Interpreting Nature for Others: Techniques to Educate and Inspire

  Saturday, October 12th 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Whether you are a seasoned naturalist looking for ways to inspire others or a beginner hoping to expand your skill-set, this workshop is for you!  

Learn tips and techniques for sharing your knowledge about the natural world in an engaging and effective way.  We will explore the basics of effective nature interpretation, practice techniques and learn from each other’s experiences.  UVLT’s Environmental Education Consultant and long time Environmental Educator Maggie Stoudnour will lead us.

The workshop will begin at the Converse Free Library in Lyme, NH at 10 a.m. and then head to the UVLT Lyme Hill Conservation Area just down the road after lunch.

Snacks provided, please bring a bag lunch.  Dress for the weather – workshop is rain or shine!

Suggested donation is $10.

Space is limited, so register now by calling Lorie Hood at UVLT at 603-643-6626.