June 20-21, 2022
In partnership with ND Natural Resources Trust, North Dakota Forest Service and, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
- Monday, June 20 [12:00 Noon - 9:30 p.m.]
- Tuesday, June 21 [8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.]
Join us in Bottineau for an opportunity to experience current wildlife management and wildlife resource issues of North Dakota. While exploring the issues and identifying solutions, participants will receive real world, user friendly and classroom ready instruction from specially trained Project WILD facilitators, resource professionals, and scientists. Participants transfer the institute's field studies to practical classroom applications. Participants will experience hands-on, minds-on learning through a balance of presentations, discussions, activities, field tours, and environmental investigations.
Syllabus, Objectives, and Outcomes
- Train educators in wildlife conservation as a natural resource.
- Provide teachers with resources, lessons and classroom ready activities related to wildlife education.
- Build capacity for educators to transfer the institute's field investigation to practical classroom applications. These field investigations are evidence-based studies that bring the scientific process out of the laboratory and into the natural world.
Materials will be provided. Participants will receive a Project WILD Curriculum & Activity Guide.
Registration fee: $25 participant
- Includes room and board at Dakota College at Bottineau.
- Graduate credit available
- Participating teachers will earn one credit for attending the 2-day camp.
- Space is Limited
Registration Link for College Credit
Submitting your Payment for Class
Pay by Phone
If you wish to pay by credit or debit card please call the business office at 701-228-5430 to pay by phone.
Pay by Mail
f you wish to mail your payment, please send your $25 check or money order to the following address.
NRI Forest Registration
105 Simrall BLVD
Bottineau, ND 58318