Bridging the Watershed Park Ranger Training


National Capital Region parks and schools all dwell within the Potomac River and Greater Chesapeake Bay Watershed. We are all connected by the land and water. Bridging the Watershed is an educational partnership between the National Park Service, the Alice Ferguson Foundation, and secondary schools to provide meaningful watershed learning experiences for students in NCR parks.

Park Rangers new to BTW must attend this informative, engaging, and fun training in order to lead BTW field studies. Previously trained rangers are encouraged to attend for advanced topic study sessions. NPS rangers can earn career development credits (12 hrs.) upon completion of the 2 day training.

NOTE: Participants must have a supervisor’s signature and approval to attend this training.

 

PARTICIPANTS: Park Rangers and Volunteers from NCR parks 

CLASS SIZE:  30

DATE and TIME: Tuesday – Wednesday, January 29-30, 2013 – 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

LOCATION:

Rock Creek Park Nature Center
5200 Glover Road NW
Washington D.C.  20015

COST: No Fee

APPLICATION: Please send your nomination to: Frances Liverpool no later than COB December 21, 2012.

COORDINATOR: Frances Liverpool, NCR Training Center, Maggie Zadorozny, ROCR Education Specialist

INSTRUCTOR: Keith Roumfort, BTW Training and Education Coordinator, Maggie Zadorozny, ROCR Education Specialist

  • It may be necessary to:  (1) adjust work schedule in advance, with supervisory approval; and (2) temporarily adjust carpool or other transportation arrangements.
  • Please ensure that appropriate arrangements are made to accommodate employees with special needs (i.e., hearing impaired, etc.) with their nominating park/office.  It is important to confirm with the designated Course Coordinator(s).
  • Please notify NCR Training Center if you are unable to attend this training.

 

COURSE ASSIGNMENTS, WHAT TO BRING, AND DIRECTIONS:

Pre-course assignment: Prior to course attendance, familiarize yourself with the history of Bridging the Watershed, the program mission, and learning modules offered.

Bring: a water bottle, lunch (preferably trash-free), pen/pencil and notebook. Coffee, tea and light snacks will be provided. We will be outside for a portion of each day.  Please dress accordingly.

Directions and Information:
General directions and information
Nature Center – 202/895-6070
Please contact Maggie Zadorozny for more information – 202/895-6225.

Date/Time
01/29/2013 - 01/30/2013
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

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Location
Rock Creek National Park Nature Center

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