Water Topics For New Hampshire Teachers (Free)

Jan 17, 2014 by

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WHAT:              A workshop for New Hampshire Teachers and Educators

                        WATER TOPICS FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE TEACHERS:  (click link below or above for full details)

                        A great professional development training opportunity

 

WHEN:             Monday Feb 24 and Tuesday Feb 25 (2014)

                        (9:00am to 4:00pm – lunch provided)

 

WHERE:           Richard M. Flynn Fire Academy,

                        222 Sheep Davis Road, Concord, NH (off Route 106)

WHO:               American Ground Water Trust in cooperation with NH Department of Environmental Services (Project WET) is organizing this event

 

COST:              FREE!  Includes lunches, snacks and a (big) bunch of handouts

 

GRADES:         All grades welcome – focus is Middle & High School

 

SUBJECTS:      Water reaches all subjects!

Typically we have a full spectrum of teachers very few of whom have had much training or prior experience of basic hydrologic or environmental aspects of water, water supply or water related issues.  We  will give you background on topics such as the state’s water resources, impacts of hydraulic fracturing, road salt and ground water quality, use of gray water, climate change and water supply, how water softeners and iron removal systems work, where and how wells are drilled and more……  follow links for presenter and program details..

 

ACTION            Sign-up NOW! Space limited… First come – first served

 

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