Incorporating Alaskan Plant Data to Tell a Berry Interesting Story

Open to: 6–12 Grade Teachers
Opportunity at a Glance: During this two-day online session, participants will learn about why and how scientists are collecting plant growth data in the Arctic to be able to engage students in navigating the challenges produced by climate change and the warming arctic. By situating the context, participants will gain insight into the research design, spatial relationships, and traditional & local knowledge of different arctic berry species. This workshop is a collaboration with PolarTREC science researchers.

This two-day session is free and offers 4.5 CTLE credits upon completion.
Key dates: All Sessions are from 1:00p.m. – 2:30p.m.

  • Tuesday July 5
  • Wednesday July 6
  • Thursday July 7

Location: Zoom
Registration deadline: Monday July 4
Take action: Apply here
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