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BTNEP has developed many resource materials including videos, posters and CDs available free of charge. The Educator's Guide to the Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary is now available online. Please check back frequently for workshop details, photo gallery and video clip library, coming soon!  Highlighted and underlined items are available for immediate download right from this page.

If your school district is interested in scheduling free educator workshops please contact Alma Robichaux by email: alma@btnep.org.


  • Discovering Biodiversity Educators Workshop 2016

    Upcoming Discovering Biodiversity Educator Workshop
    June 29, 2016 — 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Barbe High School, Lake Charles, LA Event Documents:
    2016 Biodiversity flyer
    2016 Biodiversity registration_form  Open to formal and non-formal educators Receive up to 7 Professional Contact Hours for participating Focus on Louisiana Threatened and Endangered Species Participants in this exciting, dynamic ...

  • FALSE River WETMAAP Workshop With Teacher Stipend

    FALSE River WETMAAP Workshop With Teacher Stipend Date and Time: June 25, 2016; 8 AM (Registration) - 3:30 PM
    Location: Howe-Russell Building LSU Campus Room 254
    Participants will receive:
    Educator Binder, Map & Image portfolio, materials supply package, CLU certificate, Stipend of $100 limited to the first 20 teachers, Giveaways and door prizes

    About the workshop:
    Using the False River ...

  • Ship Time & Shoreline Teacher Workshop

    Ship Time & Shoreline Teacher Workshop
    July 11-15, 2016
    **FREE**
     
    Ship Time & Shoreline is a teacher workshop designed to immerse educators in the coastal habitats of South Louisiana. This workshop provides insight about various science methods by giving the teachers the role of scientist.  Field and laboratory activities will highlight the scientific methods being used by Coastal Waters Consortium researchers.

    Participants will spend ...

  • From H-2-O: A Water Quality Workshop for Teachers

    From H-2-O: a water quality workshop for teachers
    Dates: June 1-4, 2016
    **FREE**  This workshop will train you to become a Bayouside Classroom teacher, which will allow you to provide your students hands-on inquiry-based experiences in the environment while helping to monitor the health of Louisiana’s aquatic habitats.  The focus of this workshop is on water quality and how you can use regular sampling ...

  • Residents Guide to Attracting Wildlife with Native Plants

    Residents Guide to Attracting Wildlife With Native PlantsDownload: › Residents' Guide to Attracting Wildlife with Native Plants.
    The first installment of the Residents' Guide series, "Attracting Wildlife with Native Plants," explains the concept of the "urban forest" and why gardening and landscaping with Louisiana native plants can be so beneficial to wildlife. In it you will discover many species of plants native to the ...

  • Field Trip Guide, Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary

    Download › Field Trip Guide, Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary
    BTNEP has developed a wonderful Field Trip Guide to some of the most interesting places in our Estuary. You can download and print each field trip so that you can take the information with you. The trips are listed in order from the south to the north of the Estuary. Please note that ...

  • Wetlands Webliography

    Westlands WebliographyDownload › Wetlands Webliography
    This publication was created to help resource librarians aid patrons in finding Web information about wetlands. The booklet has been divided into several sections including: federal resources, state resources, Louisiana university resources, and other resources.

    Wetlands Webliography was prepared by Cynthia Duboiss, Nicholls State University Librarian.
     

  • Louisiana Estuary Cuisine, Cook Book

    LA Estuary Cuisine Front CoverDownload: ›  Louisiana Estuary Cuisine
    Louisiana Estuary Cuisine, with Chef Brandon LeBlanc. A Culinary Guide to Cooking with Plants and Animals in Louisiana.
     

  • JASON Expeditions: Disappearing Wetlands

    Visit the JASON Expedition website (http://www.jason.org) for general information about the project and curriculum guide.

  • Coastal Roots: School-based Seedling Nursery Program for Wetland Restoration

    LA Sea Grant College Program and the LSU AgCenter's Coastal Roots Program help put students directly in the midst of the wetland issue. This program places students in distressed wetlands for direct re-plantings of seedlings they have grown at their own school plant nursery. There are more than 17 schools participating in this project across south Louisiana. Online information can be found on the LA Sea ...

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