Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM MST
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Grand Mesa Lodge

25861 CO-65, Cedaredge, CO 81413

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Catherine Brons
Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Anita Evans 
OUT Facilitator

 'Human/Habitat Interactions'

Workshop for Teachers 

In ‘Human/Habitat Interactions', explore social and ecological considerations regarding human uses of land that are in conflict with one another and with wildlife habitat needs!

Throughout the day, we will be joined by field experts and evaluate different points of view that may arise regarding land-use issues.  Educators will gain hands-on experience with related activities from the K-12 Project WILD Curriculum Guide to take back to the classroom.

We will also embrace all things 'winter wonder' on the Mesa with a snowshoe nature hike, guided by Dr. Bruce Bauerle. You don't want to miss this special and fun learning opportunity!

Delta OUT

  • This workshop is part of the ‘Delta Outdoor Understanding for Teachers’ professional development program.  Delta and Olathe area teachers attending this workshop, plus two other 1-day OUT workshops are eligible for CPW-site field trip transportation matching grants and equipment loans.  To learn more about the Delta OUT program, contact Catherine Brons or Anita Evans.

Registration Fee

  • The registration fee for this course is $10 (cash or check to 'CPW Education').


  • A 0.5 continuing education credit from Colorado School of Mines is available for an additional fee of $40.  Participants can register and pay for credit (by check only) at the workshop.
  • A ‘Human/Habitat Interactions’ Certificate of Completion will be provided to all participants.

What to Expect & Bring:

  • We will begin this workshop at Grand Mesa Lodge at 9 a.m.
  • Be prepared for varying levels of activity in the outdoors!  We will be taking a guided snowshoe hike- let us know during registration if you need to borrow equipment. 
  • Lunch will be provided at this workshop through GML (pizza).  Please be aware, due to a severe peanut allergy this training needs to be a NUT FREE ZONE- keep this in mind should you bring any snacks with you etc. 
  • Make sure to bring a small backpack, full waterbottle, sunglasses, sunscreen, snow/wind pants (non-cotton), long underwear top & bottoms, snow boots, hat, & gloves.  
Register Now!                                       The Registration Deadline is January 6, 2019