Huron-Clinton Metroparks is excited to partner with the Four County Community Foundation by receiving a “Get Out and Learn” grant. This grant provides funding for a FREE teacher workshop and for FREE student field trip with transportation for schools in Almont, Armada, Capac, Dryden, Imlay City or Romeo.
1. Project WILD Teacher Certification Workshop ($159 value) includes:
- A professional education day (projectwild.org)
- Free park entry for workshop participants
- A stipend to pay for a substitute teacher
- A meal
This no-cost certification will be offered at the Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center located in Shelby Township, MI from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Thursday, November 3, 2016.
- Call the Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center at (586) 781-9113
- Send an email to Julie Champion at email@example.com
Space is limited; please register by October 28, 2016.
2. Student-focused Field Trips include:
- Bus transportation to and from the park (voucher required)
- Curriculum based program at the interpretive center
- Access to the park for the day at Stony Creek Metropark in Shelby Township, MI or at Wolcott Mill Metropark in Ray Township, MI.
The process to register for a field trip is simple:
- Consult the attached brochures to select a program for your students.
- Choose a program and date.
- Call Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center at (586) 781-9113 or Wolcott Mill Farm Center at (586) 752-5932.
- Join us or a fun, FREE field trip!
NOTE: Please reference the Four County Community Foundation’s “Get Out and Learn” grant when calling or emailing.
Field trips are available throughout the 2016-2017 school year; however, our funding is limited, so sign-ups are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Funded by a grant from the Four County Community Foundation