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  • Mansel A. Nelson
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    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 11 2:20 PM
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      >Natural Resources Conservation Workshop for Educators
      >
      >June 9-14, 2003
      >Explore the Great Outdoors in Mormon Lake, AZ
      >
      >This unique workshop experience offers a "hands-on" approach to education
      >about the environment. Participants will see how to turn the outdoors into
      >an effective classroom and at the same time learn skills that can easily
      >be applied to school grounds, neighborhood parks, desert areas,
      >rangelands, and forests. Discussion is an important aspect of the week
      >long camp. Educators are encouraged to share their own philosophies and
      >teaching techniques.
      >
      >Jill Rubio, Coordinator
      >
      >DATES: JUNE 9-14, 2003 Applications accepted until deadline of May 15,
      >2003. No refunds after this date.
      >
      >COST OF CAMP: $250.00 Includes meals, lodging, field trips and materials.
      >
      >CREDITS AVAILABLE: University of Arizona graduate credit or Continuing
      >Education Units
      >
      >LOCATION: St. Joseph's Youth Camp, Mormon Lake, Arizona 28 miles south of
      >Flagstaff.
      >
      >COORDINATOR: Jill Rubio, University of Arizona, (520) 792-9591 *24,
      >jrubio@...
      >
      >QUESTIONS: Please call Anne Hartley at the UA School of Renewable Natural
      >Resources (520) 621-7255
      >
      >TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION: www.ag.arizona.edu/extension/plt
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >THE WEEK-LONG PROGRAM WILL COVER:
      >
      >BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF CONSERVATION and the management of renewable natural
      >resources; and methods for transferring that knowledge to students from
      >kindergarten through 12th grade.
      >
      >BASIC CONCEPTS OF ECOLOGY and management alternatives how decisions are
      >made by professional resource managers.
      >
      >INTEGRATION of these concepts and subjects into the curriculum and
      >potential careers in the natural resources professions.
      >
      >FIELD INVESTIGATIONS of nearby range and forest ecosystems will use
      >standard evaluation techniques and discussions of management problems.
      >
      >ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES such as endangered species, grazing practices, timber
      >harvest, recreation, and other impacts of human activity on the natural
      >systems.
      >
      >
      >Winner of a Conservation Education Outstanding Achievement Award from the
      >U.S. Forest Service
      >
      >
      >
      >Jill Rubio
      >Coordinator, Natural Resources Conservation Workshop for Educators
      >The University of Arizona
      >350 N. Campbell Ave
      >Tucson, AZ 85719
      >ph. 520.792.9591 ext 24
      >fax 520.792.8518
      >http://ag.arizona.edu/extension/plt/
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      Mansel A. Nelson
      Program Coordinator Voice 928 523 1275 / 1496
      Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
      Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals mansel.nelson@...
      PO Box 5765
      Northern Arizona University Hanley Hall
      Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Bldg 7, Room 112
      http://www.nau.edu/eeop/
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      "We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our
      children." Native American Proverb

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    • Raynsford
      Hi Mansel, John wanted me to email you that he was here from 10:00-1:00. Actually he was here a bit longer than that. He was a great help, and I appreciate
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 12 7:15 AM
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        Hi Mansel,

        John wanted me to email you that he was here from 10:00-1:00. Actually he was here a bit longer than that. He was a great help, and I appreciate you sending him over.

        Thanks again,
        Chris
      • steve chischilly
        Hello Mansel, Do you think it would be okay for us (CIT students (7) and I) to come to NAU to visit the Forestry Program, Environmental Science Program, and
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 12 1:05 PM
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          Hello Mansel,

          Do you think it would be okay for us (CIT students (7) and I) to come to NAU to visit the Forestry Program, Environmental Science Program, and the Park Ranger program from April 10-13, 2003.  The students would like to visit the school, visit with representatives from different programs, and we would also like to check out the Grand Canyon for a day.  I asked Fred Sherman, but he referred me to you since you are the person in charge.  What do you think?  I would like for them to see NAU, maybe even sit in on a class, so they won't feel so intimidated about transferring to another 4 year institution.  Please let me know ASA you can.  Thanks!!

          Steven Chischilly 

           "Mansel A. Nelson" <mansel.nelson@...> wrote:


          >
          >
          >Natural Resources Conservation Workshop for Educators
          >
          >June 9-14, 2003
          >Explore the Great Outdoors in Mormon Lake, AZ
          >
          >This unique workshop experience offers a "hands-on" approach to education
          >about the environment. Participants will see how to turn the outdoors into
          >an effective classroom and at the same time learn skills that can easily
          >be applied to school grounds, neighborhood parks, desert areas,
          >rangelands, and forests. Discussion is an important aspect of the week
          >long camp. Educators are encouraged to share their own philosophies and
          >teaching techniques.
          >
          >Jill Rubio, Coordinator
          >
          >DATES: JUNE 9-14, 2003 Applications accepted until deadline of May 15,
          >2003. No refunds after this date.
          >
          >COST OF CAMP: $250.00 Includes meals, lodging, field trips and materials.
          >
          >CREDITS AVAILABLE: University of Arizona graduate credit or Continuing
          >Education Units
          >
          >LOCATION: St. Joseph's Youth Camp, Mormon Lake, Arizona 28 miles south of
          >Flagstaff.
          >
          >COORDINATOR: Jill Rubio, University of Arizona, (520) 792-9591 *24,
          >jrubio@...
          >
          >QUESTIONS: Please call Anne Hartley at the UA School of Renewable Natural
          >Resources (520) 621-7255
          >
          >TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION: www.ag.arizona.edu/extension/plt
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >THE WEEK-LONG PROGRAM WILL COVER:
          >
          >BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF CONSERVATION and the management of renewable natural
          >resources; and methods for transferring that knowledge to students from
          >kindergarten through 12th grade.
          >
          >BASIC CONCEPTS OF ECOLOGY and management alternatives how decisions are
          >made by professional resource managers.
          >
          >INTEGRATION of these concepts and subjects into the curriculum and
          >potential careers in the natural resources professions.
          >
          >FIELD INVESTIGATIONS of nearby range and forest ecosystems will use
          >standard evaluation techniques and discussions of management problems.
          >
          >ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES such as endangered species, grazing practices, timber
          >harvest, recreation, and other impacts of human activity on the natural
          >systems.
          >
          >
          >Winner of a Conservation Education Outstanding Achievement Award from the
          >U.S. Forest Service
          >
          >
          >
          >Jill Rubio
          >Coordinator, Natural Resources Conservation Workshop for Educators
          >The University of Arizona
          >350 N. Campbell Ave
          >Tucson, AZ 85719
          >ph. 520.792.9591 ext 24
          >fax 520.792.8518
          >http://ag.arizona.edu/extension/plt/
          >Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
          >ADVERTISEMENT
          >
          >To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
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          Mansel A. Nelson
          Program Coordinator                               Voice 928 523 1275 / 1496
          Environmental Education Outreach Program          Fax 928 523 1280
          Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals  mansel.nelson@...
          PO Box 5765
          Northern Arizona University                       Hanley Hall
          Flagstaff, AZ 86011                               Bldg 7, Room 112
          http://www.nau.edu/eeop/
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          children."  Native American Proverb

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