How is our changing climate impacting agriculture in Washington? Can we protect our food systems from pollution? How do we build a more resilient community in the face of environmental changes?
Join Washington Green Schools and ESD 123 to explore current research and make connections to local climate-related phenomena. During the second half of the day, teachers will have time to plan activities that will bring climate science learning into their classroom.
- 6 STEM Clock Hours Lunch will be provided
- ESD 123 will provide sub reimbursements for the first 12 teachers and will cover travel costs for folks at schools with a 50% or higher low-income rate.
Dr. Peter Neff is a UW glaciologist specializing in ice core records of past climate. A native of the Pacific Northwest, he has participated in and co-led four separate research expeditions to Antarctica.