Friday, August 10, 2012
Registration extended through Friday, July 27th!!!
The 2012 Summer Institute is a time for professional development and connection to the network of teachers just like you. We gather to learn about current and past projects, local conservation efforts, place-based educational methods and of the support network that exists through the Northeast Michigan Great Lake Stewardship Initiative.
This year, Alcona High School Agriscience teacher Brian Matchett will be presenting on topics ranging from watershed management methods and forestry to projects like bio-diesel production, stream monitoring and community asset mapping. Even if you've attended in past years, you do not want to miss this year.
Registration is required and limited. Please fill out this REGISTRATION FORM by July 27th to register.
There's still time!! NOTE: REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED.
Note: Priority will be given to first time attendees and representatives of new school partners.
Questions? Contact Daniel Moffatt - firstname.lastname@example.org or Nick Myers - email@example.com
Please make travel arrangements to arrive between 8:30-9:30am on Wednesday, August 8th for on site participant registration. The Institute ends at 3:00pm on Friday, August 10th. See link below for driving directions.
The Institute will be held at Lost Lake Woods Club in Lincoln, MI. The Lost Lake Woods Club is a private, member owned, family resort and gated community located in Alcona County, in the northeastern region of Michigan's lower-peninsula. The Club was founded in 1926 and consists of more than 10,000 acres of land, featuring five lakes, a private 18-hole golf course, an 84-site campground and a 52-room lodge with dining and banquet facilities...read more at www.lostlakewoodsclub.com