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.