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Due to ongoing uncertainty about the COVID-19 health crisis, the Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop, the Georgia Forestry Commission, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and its partnering agencies have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop.
The 2020 gathering would have been the 16th annual event and we were looking forward to creating many meaningful moments for our participants, educators, staff and volunteers. Unfortunately, to insure the safety of everyone involved, the session scheduled for June 15 – 19 will not take place.
The good news is the GA TCW advisory committee has already begun work on the 2021 Workshop! We remain committed to providing an experience for Georgia’s educators to gain content knowledge and application in forestry, wildlife, and natural resources in Georgia. We look forward to having a full workshop next year!
If you have questions or concerns regarding the program, please visit gatcw.org.
The Teacher Conservation Workshop is a 5 day workshop that uses the forest as a window to environmental education. Participants will be certified in Project WET, WILD and Learning Tree curricula.
Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
543 Elliott Trail
Mansfield, GA 30055
The Teacher Conservation Workshop is a 5 day workshop that uses the forest as a window to environmental education. Activities are led by foresters, biologists, educators, and industry professionals. This interdisciplinary workshop focuses on the environmental, economical, and social benefits of Georgia’s forestry and wildlife communities. Sessions take place mostly outdoors in the forest and in manufacturing facilities and will demonstrate the cycle of growing trees and managing for wildlife, water and recreation. Participants will be certified in Project WET, WILD and Learning Tree curricula.