Wed, Oct 18|
City Sprouts Education Center
Conservation Science Introductory Workshop
The Conservation Science Workshop Series is designed to introduce conservation and sustainability science education. This introductory workshop will shape the rest of this series by focusing on what community members want to learn and what resources are available to them.
Time & Location
Oct 18, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
City Sprouts Education Center, 4002 Seward St, Omaha, NE 68111, USA
About the Event
Welcome to the newest workshop series at City Sprouts: Conservation Science.
In this introductory workshop we will discuss what conservation is, how it applies to our world, and what our role is. Discussion around conservation and sustainability can often be overwhelming. There are hundreds of moving pieces that can influence what choices are accessible to us at an individual and community level. This class is designed to meet you where you are in your own journey and provide insight, education, and practices that can be implemented in a meaningful and practical way.
Registration is required to attend these workshops. Registration fees for Growing Gardeners Workshops are suggested donations of $5/person for lecture-style classes, and $10/person for value-added classes (i.e., take-home goods, cooking classes, etc.). No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
Part of City Sprouts' mission is to provide educational opportunities to the community. Please be honest about what you can afford, so we may continue to provide equitable opportunities for all. Thank you!