Minnesota Sea Grant will be facilitating a Watershed Game train-the trainer workshop hosted by Oregon Sea Grant. Learn how to play and administer the Watershed Game: Local Leader Version - Coast Model, an interactive outreach tool used to help participants learn how land use affects water quality and natural resources. Participants will leave ready to facilitate game play with their audiences. Individuals attending will receive a certificate to purchase the Watershed Game at 50% off the regular price.
- This workshop is geared towards professionals who work with local communities around the stewardship of watersheds and water resources.
- The Watershed Game: Local Leader Version - Coast Model is designed for use with groups of up to 25 players comprised of elected and appointed officials, members of watershed organizations, association members, and other community leaders and group members.
Monday, December 4, 2023, 8:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. PT (lunch included).
Oregon State University's LaSells Stewart Center. 75 SW 26th St, Corvallis, OR 97331.
- Maggie Karschnia, stormwater extension educator, Minnesota Sea Grant and Water Resource Center.
- John Bilotta, water resource management and policy extension educator and research and extension coordinator, Minnesota Sea Grant and Water Resource Center.
- Cait Goodwin, special projects coordinator, Oregon Sea Grant.
Maggie Karschnia, stormwater extension educator, Minnesota Sea Grant and Water Resource Center.
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