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Conservation educators from the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District are available to present classroom conservation programs for schools and youth groups. Programs cover topics including pollinators, soil science, composting, watersheds, and water quality.
Do you know a Richland County teacher who is an eco-hero working to build students’ love for the planet and their ability to be environmental stewards? If so, nominate him or her as Richland County’s Conservation Teacher of the Year by Friday, Feb. 3, 2020.
Faculty and staff members of public, private, and alternative schools in Richland County are eligible to apply for grants in the amounts of $500 or $1,000 to support campus conservation projects and youth environmental education initiatives through Conservation Education Mini-Grants. Two award cycles are available: applications received by September 30, 2019 will be considered for fall 2019 funding; applications received by February 3, 2020 will be considered for spring 2020 funding.
The 2020 Youth Conservation Poster Contest, open to all Richland County K-12 students, invites students to combine artistic skills with scientific knowledge to illustrate the theme "Where would we BEE without pollinators?" Entries are due by April 10, 2020 May 8, 2020 and should be submitted online.
Jennifer Mancke has been named Richland County’s Conservation Teacher of the Year by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Mancke is the 1st-5th grade lead teacher at Harmony School.
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