Training Workshops

Please register even if a class is full. You will be put on a waitlist and notified if space is made available.

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Alabama Water Watch Annual Meeting
Open Seats 121
2018-6-23
10:00 am
-3:00 pm
Exploring Our Living Streams - Cahaba Environmental Center
Open Seats 30
2018-7-13
6:00 am
-2018-7-15
6:00 am

Alabama Water Watch Annual Meeting


Jun 23,2018 - Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
2018 Alabama Water Watch Float Trip and Annual Meeting in Auburn, AL, June 23 from 10 AM to 3 PM  Registration is $15 for adults and $8 for children under 12 and includes catered BBQ lunch. Vegetarian options are available by request. Pay online with a debit or credit card in the following pages, or send a check made out to the AWW Association to the address below before June 15th.  Alabama Water Watch 559 Devall Drive Auburn, AL 36849 On Friday, June 22, the day before the Annual Meeting, we will be floating the Tallapoosa River with local outfitter, Off the Beaten Path Alabama! Email Alabama Water Watch at awwprog@auburn.edu to sign up. Spots are limited and are given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Click HERE for additional kayak trip and Annual Meeting information.

Location

Alabama Water Watch
559 Devall Drive
Auburn, AL 36849

Event Fees:

Adult Ticket $ 15.00
Child (12 & Under) Ticket $ 8.00

Exploring Our Living Streams - Cahaba Environmental Center


Jul 13,2018 - Jul 15,2018 Time: 6:00 am - 6:00 am
Exploring Living River's Streams IMPORTANT: Legacy, Inc. is the workshop sponsor and will manage registration. To participate, you must download the application through the link below, complete, and mail with a check for registration to Legacy  ($75 for Legacy partners, $90 for non-partners). No online registration is available.  Click here for the Downloadable Application Workshop Description: Be inspired to connect your students with nature while visiting the Cahaba River.  The Cahaba River is the longest undammed river in Alabama and has been named one of the top five rivers in the world for biodiversity by World Wildlife Fund & the Sierra Club.  Explore the Cahaba and the surrounding watershed while learning experiential activities that you can take back to your classroom. Participants will receive:
  • AWW Certification in Water Chemistry Monitoring, Stream Biomonitoring
  • Copy of the Exploring Our Living Streams Curriculum
  • Lodging and meals
  • CEUs from Auburn University
Visit the Environmental Education section of our  webpage more information about the Exploring Our Living Streams Curriculum. 

Location

Cahaba Environmental Center
2021 Living River Parkway
Montevallo, AL 35115

Event Fees:

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