NHGA Spatial Summer Institutes

The first of NHGA’s Spatial Summer Institutes is full, but it is not too late to sign up for the Intermediate Institute, Advanced Institute and/or WEI Intro to GIS! Register for this opportunity to explore geospatial tools and data collection and analysis. Information and Registration available in...

Two June workshops sponsored by The Little Nature Museum

Edible Wild Plants Workshop June 8, 10 AM – Noon (rain date, 6/9) with Rudy Bourget* Learn to identify and safely prepare wild edible plants and learn the basics of safe and responsible foraging. Learn Native American uses for wild plants. Enrollment limited to 20. Min. age 11, unless with an adult. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Becoming a Woods Ninja Workshop (How to move silently through the woods to see wildlife) June 22, 10 AM – Noon with Rudy Bourget*   Ninja were known for their ability to disappear and to move without a sound. Learn how to use those skills to get close to and observe wildlife.   Enrollment limited to 10. Min. age 8. Location: Meet at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum parking lot in Warner. Preregistration required: To register, call 746-6121 or print out and mail the form from www.littlenaturemuseum.org/Calendar.html Cost for each workshop: $15, Little Nature Museum & Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Members; nonmembers, $20. Proceeds benefit The Little Nature Museum *Information on outdoor/survival skill expert, Rudy Bourget at...
Spring Roadshows

Spring Roadshows

            The road shows will introduce teachers to classroom tools and techniques for using on-line web  mapping apps, ArcGIS Explorer Online, and ArcGIS. Information will also be provided regarding  the state license of Esri AcrGIS software. Below is a list where the road show will take place.   February 8, 4pm-6pm:  Central Region Workshop– Bow High School March 8, 4pm-6pm:       Monadnock Region SAU 93  (Canceled due to inclement weather, will be rescheduled) April 6, TBA :                    Northern Workshop– Plymouth Regional High School May 10, 4pm-6pm:          Seacoast Workshop —Epping Elementary To register online for one of the roadshows , go to http://tinyurl.com/gisroadshows To find out more about the state license agreement, how to get the software, and other up- coming training opportunities, visit http://www.nhedgis.org/ The programs offered by the New Hampshire Geographic Alliance are possible due to the sup- port of the National Geographic Education Foundation and Keene State...

Building a Survival Shelter Workshop

Saturday, October 20 (no rain date) Gould Hill Farm, 656 Gould Hill Rd., Contoocook, NH 2 PM – 4 PM The greatest danger to the lost or injured hiker is hypothermia. Learn to recognize the warning signs of hypothermia, the mechanisms of heat loss, and how to build a survival shelter using just what nature has to offer. For ages 15 – adult (ages 13 or 14 with an adult). Preregistration required. Registration limited to 10. Call 746-6121 to register or for more information. $20, museum members. $25, nonmembers All proceeds benefit the Museum. Instructor information: Rudy Bourget has 40+ yrs. outdoor & wilderness survival skills experience and has been very active in Boy and Cub Scout leadership and training for nearly 20 years. He was a founding member of the White Mountain Primitive Skills Group and has presented primitive skills programs at the New England Primitive & Maine Primitive Gatherings. More information about the instructor can be found at:...