'Introducing a FREE New Curriculum - A Guide to Conducting a Pollinator Field Day'
Be the first to participate in new conservation education activities focusing on the important role that pollinators play in agriculture and habitats. Through a collaboration with the Pollinator Partnership, the National Association of Conservation Districts has developed “A Guide to Conducting a Pollinator Field Day” for K-8. This new curriculum contains activities for the classroom and outdoors, along with evaluation strategies and resources. Each activity has been correlated to education standards and provides a pathway to valuable partnerships with local Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Join NACD staff for a review of the Guide and participate in the activities.|
Workshop Session (all workshops will be 60 minutes)
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|Biosketch:||Diana Blackwood, a native of the Republic of Moldova, started her career as an intern with the USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer program after earning a B.S. in international economic relations from the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova. She has also worked as a program assistant and project coordinator for the nonprofit development organization, CNFA (Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture). Before moving to Washington, DC, Diana worked as a library liaison for the Global Libraries Program, coordinating activities and supporting local libraries and public officials. She is fluent in English, Romanian, Russian, and is passionate about conservation, environmental stewardship, and natural resources education. To contact Diana, email her at email@example.com.|
|Organization/Affiliation:||NACD Stewardship and Education Coordinator|