Two sessions will be offered this summer:
June 18 and 19, 2019 will be held at the Columbus Watershed Management Office in Westerville. The workshop will feature hands-on learning focusing on rivers, water sources, watersheds, earth’s processes, and conservation. Participants will receive the Project WET guidebook with 64 field tested activities. Cost is $45.
June 25 and 26, 2019 will be held at the Bunker Mill Winery in Cardington. This two day session will focus on recycling, polymers, composting, Windows on Waste, and Project Food, Land, and People. Participants will take home the Windows on Waste curriculum guide along with a completely assembled worm bin. Cost is $45.
Participants may choose to attend one or both of these two-day workshops.
Ashland University credit may be earned.