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A low waterfall on a forested riverThis course will include a field trip to Chickasaw National Recreation Area. (NPS Photo)

Join us for three days of training with native informal educators from across the South Central Region who recognize the importance of teaching climate change. Participants are encouraged to apply as teams of 3–5 collaborators (e.g. Tribal environment and education staff). You will work with these teams to develop plans to implement an youth outreach activity in your tribal community!

    • When: July 20–22, 2022
    • Where: Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center, Sulphur, OK
    • Applications for travel support due: June 15
    • Workshop applications due: July 8
 
This workshop will be packed with exciting topics and fun activities for you to bring back to your community, including;
A large building at sunset with many windowsChickasaw Retreat and Conference Center
  • NASA Arctic & Earth Signs Training
  • NASA Living Landscape Project
  • Shar-A-Thon of Youth Activities
  • Field Trip to Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Apply Here

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This workshop is led by a team of Earth to Sky Regional Leaders who graduated from the 2019 Earth to Sky Academy. This team represents the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center and serves tribal communities in partnership with others in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana.