Oct. 2nd Using the Scouting Curriculum to Engage Learners Field Trip- Early Bird Registration Open for NHEE Members
NHEE Field Trip Series: Gathering Ideas Across the Granite State
August-October 2021 join fellow environmental educators and teachers at locations across the Granite State to glean new ideas to inspire your work. This is a wonderful way to network and meet others who are passionate about environmental education.
Saturday, October 2nd - 9am-5pm
Using the Scouting Curriculum to Engage Learners
Many people have heard about Merit Badges but do you know how they work? They are truly just project based units that support kids to delve into their own interests. The scouting curriculum is a rich and engaging curriculum that is mostly free and dabbles in all areas of environmental education for all ages! Come check out the curriculum and then spend the rest of the day exploring Granite Base Camp by shooting archery, bb guns, learn outdoor skills, outdoor cooking, throw axes in our axe throwing yard, learn about safe use of sharp tools, make your own rope and learn about knots and lashings!
To learn more about Granite Base Camp visit their website at www.experiencebasecamp.org
Registration Required: $10/NHEE members and $20/non-members
Link to Register Coming August 7th so save the date!
Early Bird Registration is open to NHEE members from July 30th-Aug. 6th (an email was sent with the link).