Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Teacher Workshop with FIF and NatureBridge

Calling All Teachers!

The successful recovery of the endangered island fox is a positive story of people making a difference in the local environment. It is a story of interconnected species, cause and affect, scientific data, adaptations and genetic diversity.

Friends of the Island Fox is thrilled to team up with:

to offer a Teacher Professional Development workshop:

The Nature of the Island Fox
Saturday, March 2, 2013
 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 
at the Santa Barbara Zoo

Register for a fun-filled day of seeing and doing, including:
  • Ready-to-use resources for the classroom
  • Indoor and outdoor activities and lesson plans
  • Exploration of environmental education pedagogies
  • Presentation on NatureBridge and Friends of the Island Fox programming
  • Light breakfast and Lunch provided
  • Waived admission to the Santa Barbara Zoo

Cost: $15  (proceeds benefit island fox conservation)
Spaces are limited and preregistration is required. 

Go To NatureBridge to Register


NatureBridge is a nationally recognized leader, providing environmental education to 1 million K-12 youth and teachers since 1971. As a BONUS all participants will receive special discounts on future NatureBridge programs.

Have Questions? Contact:
Pat Meyer, Friends of the Island Fox, at (805) 228-4123 or  pat@islandfox.org

Meg Jakubowski, NatureBridge, at  (818) 914-7660 ext 401 or mjakubowski@naturebridge.org    

Join FIF on a trip to see island foxes in the wild.