Audubon Rockies would like to invite teachers, both informal and formal, to participate in our educator trainings. Our community naturalists are trained facilitators who offer Project WET, Project WILD, Flying WILD, and Project Learning Tree Trainings to the teachers of Wyoming and Colorado.
Sagebrush Steppe Student Flyer
Teachers and Educators, use our new Student Flyer to teach your students about this wonderful ecosystem. Use it as a lesson or a take home.
Energy in Wyoming Flyer
Educators, use this Energy Flyer to highlight energy use in Wyoming. Wonderful facts and information on traditional as well as renewable energy.
This is an environmental education program for children in grades 3-6. Developed by professional environmental educators, Audubon Adventures presents basic, scientifically accurate facts about plants, birds, wildlife, and their habitats. Click on the link above to purchase your kit today!!
Want some ideas on what to plant in your yard and garden? This fantastic guide (2.6 MB PDF) provides specific plants, shrubs, and trees that are Wyoming-hardy and Wildlife friendly.
Sagebrush-Steppe Ecosystem Poster
Need a visual representation of what lives in Wyoming's sage-brush sea? Download the poster and lesson-plan, or contact Jacelyn Downey at (307) 756-3941 or via email for the 18"X24" poster.
Traveling trunks are a great resource for teachers. Developed with different grade levels in mind, our trunks include a Sagebrush Exploration, Ocean Habitats, Tracking, Traces and Scat, and Project Puffin. Contact Jacelyn Downey at (307) 756-3941 or via email for more information.
"Birds, Bees, Flowers & Trees" is the newest Audubon Adventures learning kit for grades 3-5. Designed to provide students with a well-rounded understanding of the interconnection of natural systems, the new Audubon Adventures will explain the functions of birds, bees, and native plants in our ecosystem. These kits require no previous knowledge on the topic and can be put to use in the classroom immediately.
The printed Audubon Adventures classroom kit will include:
- Periodic e-newsletters
- 32 copies of each of the three classroom magazine sets: Bird Migration, Insect Pollinators, and Native Plants
- Access to the digital teaching units on the three themes, plus ten other teaching modules
- Opportunities to participate in service learning and community science projects, such as Great Backyard Bird Count
- Classroom Participation Certificates
- Parent & Teacher Guides
Audubon Adventures can be easily integrated into the existing curriculum areas of science, social studies, mathematics, language arts, and creative arts.
- Add a new event to the gardening events in the community page and delete the September 3 and September 8-10 events http://rockies.audubon.org/get-involved/gardening-events-community
Specialty Crop Workshop
September 23-24 | 4-H Building, 59 Antelope Gap Rd., Wheatland, WY 82201
Various specialty crops and topics covered. Engaging Agricultural Producers, Small Acreage Owners and Home Owners.
For more information, including the agenda and registration details, view the flyer HERE