Place Category: 2019
This year we extended the workshop for an additional day and a half, and through that, we were able to add three more classes (survival and edible plants, wildlife trapping, and professional development). While a majority of our students were from north Alabama, we had four students that traveled from Tennessee to participate in our workshop. Students experienced more hands-on activities as we eliminated almost all of the lecture time, and we could tell that our students noticed. One of our students summed up the week better than we could have imagined, stating, “We are all a part of nature, and it’s crazy because if you’re undecided about what you want to do in college and you come here and learn about geology, hydrology, and soils, it opens doors and opens possibilities.” We are thankful that we get to be a part of opening those doors to all our students, and we hope to continue to provide these possibilities in the future.
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