The Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Education
offers ENTICE workshops to formal and non-formal educators throughout
What is ENTICE? ENTICE stands for the Environment and Nature Training Institute
for Conservation Education. This program provides natural resources
training for educators through hands-on, interdisciplinary workshops led by
natural resources professionals and other educators. ENTICE involves
participants in experiences that promote effective stewardship of
Workshop topics for the 2009-2010 school year include Illinois' Aquatic Resources, Illinois Spiders, Native Americans and Nature in Illinois, Identifying Trees and Making Leaf Collections and Illinois Butterflies just to name a few. More than 20 workshops are scheduled for the 2009-2010 school year.
Workshops generally last six to eight hours, and educators can expect information-packed sessions with plenty of take-home materials for instant implementation into the curriculum. Workshop descriptions, locations and registration information are available at https://www.enticeworkshops.com. Have questions? Please call the DNR Division of Education at 217-524-4126 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.