Calendar of Events
Educator Workshops


  • February 22, 5:30–8:30pm
    Growing Up WILD: Discover, Learn, Explore!
    A hands-on interactive Early Childhood Professional Development Workshop that introduces the award winning conservation program that assists Pre-Kindergarten students though 7 years old in learning about wildlife, science and inquiry! Parents, caregivers, kindergarten teachers and agency professionals are all welcome. Training hours can be used for professional development, accreditation or grant match. UAF Northwest Campus 400 Front Street Nome, Alaska. Cost $20 includes Growing Up WILD Curriculum Guide. Register at:  Questions call: Brenda Duty 907-267-2216
  • February 22 – 23, 2/22, 5pm–8pm; 2/23, 8am–5pm
    Building Blocks of Ecology
    400 Front Street Nome, Alaska UAF NW Campus. For educators (teachers, para-professionals, parents) of students grades 3-12. This workshop helps educators better understand systems and how to teach about food webs, trophic levels, predator prey dynamics and more, with a focus on NW Alaska. The workshop is interdisciplinary and aligned to NGSS and state standards. We’ll also be working with Hyper Docs and other types of technology to produce lesson plans and activities for students. This is a graduate level course for recertification through UAA, with the help of UAF NW Campus. Registration: Questions: Brenda Duty 907-267-2216 or