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Some of my co-workers and I discuss reaching the next generation of hunters and anglers. Not just facebook and Twitter. From hands on to multi-media there is no one way to educate, inform and recruit for the future of not just hunting and fishing, but also the importance of conservation in North Dakota. One of those methods is teaching the teachers:

Teachers, environmental educators and anyone else who works with youth are invited to attend a wildlife conservation and resource management workshop June 30 and July 1 in Bismarck.
“A Visual Arts Approach to Teaching Life Science” will be held at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s main office in Bismarck. Teachers completing the course will have a basis for teaching ecological concepts and environmental stewardship through visual arts. The North Dakota Studies Habitats curriculum will be used.
The workshop is fast-paced and offers a hands-on approach educators can use in their classrooms and field trips, and in discussing classroom and curriculum integration. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to experiment with different visual arts including clay, water media, pastel and colored pencil. No previous art experience is necessary or required, and all supplies are provided.
Workshop instructors are Sherry Niesar, a volunteer wildlife educator with Game and Fish for more than 25 years, and Paul Noot, a visual arts teacher at Bismarck High School, Sleepy Hollow Summer Arts program and Theo Art School.
A $35 registration fee is required by June 29. Graduate credit is available through the University of North Dakota. To register, call (701) 527-3714 or e-mail sniesar@nd.gov.

 

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Habitats Workshop Scheduled in Valley City

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the Valley City Area Teacher Center are sponsoring a wildlife conservation and resource management workshop for teachers, environmental educators and anyone else who works with youth.

“North Dakota Habitats” is scheduled June 1-2 at the Valley City Area Teacher Center on the campus of Valley City State University in Valley City. The five North Dakota habitats – wetlands, badlands, prairie, woodlands and riparian – will be studied, with the North Dakota Studies Habitats curriculum used as textbooks.

The fast-paced workshop offers a hands-on approach educators can use in their classrooms and on field trips, and in discussing classroom and curriculum integration. All supplies are provided.

Workshop instructor Sherry Niesar, a 25-year volunteer wildlife educator with the Game and Fish Department, has a master’s in wildlife science from South Dakota State University.

A $20 registration fee for nonmembers of the Valley City Area Teacher Center is required. Graduate credit is available through the University of North Dakota.

To register for the workshop, call Sandy Zahn at (701) 845-7282 or e-mail sandy.zahn@sendit.nodak.edu. For information on Habitats of North Dakota, contact Sherry Niesar at (701) 527-3714 or e-mail sniesar@nd.gov.

 

Game and Fish to Sell Property in Bismarck

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will sell real property within the city limits of Bismarck at a public auction on June 10 at 11 a.m. at the front door of the Burleigh County Courthouse in Bismarck.

Legal description of the property consists of Lots 11 and 12 of Section 3, Township 138 North, Range 80 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. Located at 814 Airport Road, sale includes the land and buildings on the property that formerly housed the Game and Fish Department’s shop and laboratory, and includes some office space. The department’s new shop and lab are located at 3001 East Main Avenue.

Written bids in a sealed envelope received by 10 a.m. on the day of the auction will be accepted, and must be accompanied by earnest money for 10 percent of the total bid. Written bids must be addressed to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, Attn: Paul Schadewald, 100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501. Written bids will be opened at the start of the auction. It is not necessary to submit a written bid to bid at the auction.

For more information, including an appointment to inspect the property, contact Schadewald at (701) 328-6328.

Habitats Workshop Scheduled in Wahpeton

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The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the Wahpeton Area Teacher Center are sponsoring a wildlife conservation and resource management workshop for teachers, environmental educators and anyone else who works with youth.

“North Dakota Habitats” is scheduled April 23-24 at the North Wahpeton Area Teacher Center on the campus of North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton. The five North Dakota habitats – wetlands, badlands, prairie, woodlands and riparian – will be studied, with the North Dakota Studies Habitats curriculum used as textbooks.

The fast-paced workshop offers a hands-on approach educators can use in their classrooms and on field trips, and in discussing classroom and curriculum integration. All supplies are provided.

Workshop instructor Sherry Niesar, a 20-year volunteer wildlife educator with the Game and Fish Department, has a master’s in wildlife science from South Dakota State University.

A $25 registration fee for nonmembers of the Wahpeton Area Teacher Center is required by April 22. Graduate credit is available through the University of North Dakota.

To register for the workshop, call Jenny Dietz at (701) 671-2242 or e-mail jenny.deitz@ymcacassclay.org. For information on Habitats of North Dakota, contact Sherry Niesar at (701) 222-8940 or e-mail sniesar@nd.gov