Sagebrush Ecosystem Education Webinar

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Join experienced educators Rick Reynolds,founder of Engaging Every Student, and JacelynDowney of Audubon Rockies as we explore avariety of resources from the USFWS, AudubonRockies, BLM, and other partners. We seek toinspire students to think critically aboutsagebrush ecosystems and ways to protectthem and their diverse species. Help us touchthe hearts and minds of tens of thousands ofyoung people over the next decade!

FREE Resources + Opportunities Include:

  • Engaging lesson plans for grades 4-12,aligned to the Next Generation ScienceStandards + Common Core State Standards
  • Sagebrush Ecosystem trunks withhands-on materials
  • Posters
  • Videos
  • Field experiences + service learningopportunities for students
  • Hands-on workshops + field experiences foreducators + partners

The Power of Partnerships

Expert partners can help support educators.Lessons have been reviewed by more than 50partners, and excellent feedback has beenintegrated into a newly-revised curriculum.All stakeholder perspectives have beenrepresented, including those of the states, thefederal family, teachers, non-governmentalorganizations, and ranchers.Resources Available on the Service’s Greater

Sage-Grouse Education website:

Many More Sagebrush Education Resources at

Tues., October 10, 2017

12 – 2pm Pacific
(1-3pm Mountain Time, 3-5pm Eastern)
Open to All

Targeted to formal and non-formal educators, as well as potentialpartners who can help us spread theword about the resources and/orsupport educators

Join Us

Connect online:

Call in: 866-732-8654
Passcode: 18374033#

The USFWS is committed to providingaccess for all participants. Pleasedirect all requests for Sign Languageinterpreting services, closedcaptioning, or other accommodationsto Michelle, listed below – TTY 800-877-8339.


Michelle Donlan: 304-876-7685
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Rick Reynolds: 503-380-4140
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