Bacterial and Chemical Water Testing Certification through Georgia Adopt-A-Stream
Julie Shutters, Implementation Manager for Golden Triangle, conducts Bacterial and Chemical Water Testing Class
Project WET, WILD, & Learning Tree Training for Teachers
Golden Triangle Resource Conservation and Development Council through a generous donation from ADM- Golden Peanut, conducted teacher training for Project WET, WILD, and Learning Tree. Ten science teachers from the third, fourth, and fifth grade in Early County Elementary in Blakely.
The teachers gained the knowledge of additional curriculum activities that could take place inside and outside the classroom. As part of their workshop, the teachers received the Project WET and Project WILD curriculum books. They also received 6 individual activity ready sets for each classroom.
The teachers were engaged with the activities and excited to introduce their students to new educational outlets to encourage growth, understanding, and reconnection with nature as a teaching tool.
The Golden Triangle RC&D has staff trained to teach Project WET, WILD and Learning Tree
Steps to becoming a 501 (c)(3) Nonprofit Organization
Help is available to organizations who would like to become a 501 (c)(3) Nonprofit. This includes completion of the IRS 1023 form.