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Educational Trunk Workshop

Thursday, October 19, 2017, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Lone Pine State Park Interpretive Center, 300 Lone Pine Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901 This hands-on workshop will give educators an opportunity to explore the many educational trunks available for loan in the Flathead region. Hosted by organizations/participants in Flathead CORE, this FREE workshop is open to informal

Flathead Lake Biological Station Summer Events

Summer Public Events July:  – July 10, Monday 10am at Bio Station: Data and Donuts- Scientific Seminar Dr. Ben Colman, University of Montana, “Promises and Potential Pitfalls of Nanotechnology: An Ecological Perspective” – July 17, Monday 10am at Bio Station: Data and Donuts- Scientific Seminar Dr. Anna Sala, University of Montana, “Why do plants store food?

May 2017 Meeting Minutes now posted. Next meeting: September 20, 2:30-4:30pm

CORE MEETING MINUTES- May 24 2017 May 18, 2017 Meeting Highlights – These are just a few of the events that were discussed, see the full meeting minutes to find out more. Glacier Children’s Museum (link to flyer) concept presentation by Savannah Andrasko. She is looking for volunteers to join the board, work on committees, spread

Notes from the Forest For Every Classroom Community Meeting, March 16, 2017

If you missed the March 16 Meeting, no worries, the notes from the meeting are on-line here: FFEC March Meeting Notes There was a lot of positive energy and feedback from the group to bring FFEC to the Flathead Watershed. Those teachers in attendance felt strongly this would be a valued training and even though

$300 Travel Grants for Fourth Grade Groups to Montana’s Public Lands

$300 Travel Grants for Fourth Grade Groups to Montana’s Public Lands Glacier National Park is partnering with the Montana Environmental Education Association to distribute about forty $300 bus grants from the National Park Foundation.  The travel grants are only available to fourth grade -aged groups to visit federal and state public lands in Montana. Requests for the $300 bus

Montana Conservation Corps Recruiting

Montana Conservation Corps is a nonprofit organization that empowers youth and young adults through hands-on conservation service and education. Each season we enroll over 200 young adults from across the country, age 18 and up, in our AmeriCorps program, and more than 100 local teens, ages 15 to 17, in our Youth Service Expedition program.