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Osborne Homestead Museum Holiday Tours 2017 - "Holiday at the Opera"   Let the music, comedy, and high drama of the opera captivate you this holiday season! Each room is beautifully decorated with scenes from some of the world's most famous operas.
11/24/2017 - 12/17/2017
 Thursday thru Sunday See event details for time
 Osborne Homestead Museum
Derby
 
Long Distance Guided Hike   Enjoy the company of fellow hikers and get some great outdoor exercise. Expect a 5-7 mile hike.
12/10/2017
 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Senior Walk   All are welcome. Hiking sticks are available to borrow.
12/12/2017
 10:00 am -12:30 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Senior Walk   All are welcome. Hiking sticks are available to borrow
12/13/2017
 12:00 pm-2:30 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Oral Argument - In the Matter of Nutmeg State Crematorium, LLC   Oral argument on exceptions to a proposed final decision filed by the parties.
12/13/2017
 3:30 PM
 DEEP Headquarters
Hartford
 
SIPRAC   State of Connecticut, State Implementation Plan Revision Advisory Committee (SIPRAC) is an open forum for information exchange and discussion on the State’s Air Quality Programs, proposed regulations and status of efforts to achieve and maintain air quality standards in the State.
12/14/2017
 9:00am
 DEEP Headquarters
Hartford
 
Building a Survival Camp   Learn from the survivalist brothers, the Baranskis, about how to set up a short-term (3 day or less) and a long-term campsite.
12/16/2017
 10:00 am -12:00 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
The Reindeer Are Hungry: An Exploratory Walk & Talk on Reindeer Moss   Come learn about reindeer moss! A brief presentation will introduce this lichen and all of its magical powers.
12/17/2017
 1:00 pm-2:30 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Animal Tracking with Mike Grady   Join Connecticut Conservation Ambassador Michael Grady as we step into the world of footprints, scat and animal sign identification. All ages are welcome to attend.
12/20/2017
 12:00 pm-2:00 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Gardener’s Roundtable   This workshop is intended for gardeners of all experience levels. We share best practices and pitfalls for gardening in eastern Connecticut.
12/23/2017
 10:00 am -11:30 am
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Nature Crafts: Birdseed Ornaments   Birds do not hibernate and thus need to find food every day to survive—let’s help them out! For both kids and adults, families welcome.
12/26/2017
 1:00 pm-2:00 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
The Art of the Sit Spot   Join Beth Bernard, Program Director at the James L. Goodwin Conservation Center in a unique journey to discover the lost art of the sit spot.
12/28/2017
 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
Boy Scout Program - Soil and Water Conservation   Class full - No longer accepting registrations
12/28/2017
 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Long Distance Guided Hike   Enjoy the company of fellow hikers and get some great outdoor exercise. All are welcome, including friendly dogs.
12/31/2017
 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
 James L. Goodwin Conservation Center
Hampton
 
First Day Hike   Start the New Year off right with a 5.5 mile hike led by Friends of Sessions Woods Director Jan Gatzuras. You might even see some otter tracks!
1/1/2018
 10:00am
 Sessions Woods WMA
Burlington
 
Exam for Supervising Forest Products Harvester and Forest Products Harvester   Certification is required of all persons who conduct Commercial Forest Practices within the State of Connecticut
1/10/2018
 9:00am
 James L. Goodwin State Forest
Hampton
 
Educator Workshop: Resource Awareness through Investigation   Looking for ways to provide students with real world applications to energy conservation? This workshop will help bring awareness to action through integration of audits, surveys and solution development processes. Great for working with Green Teams, after school projects and NGSS standards.
1/10/2018
 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Educator Workshop: Project WILD & ELA   This special workshop will use various literature (nonfiction, fiction, songs, graphic novels) and visual media (movies, cartoons) to learn about environmental and wildlife issues. This workshop is appropriate for all grade levels, especially middle school and high school. Formal and Non-formal educators of all experience levels welcome.
1/23/2018
 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Bobcats in Connecticut   Wildlife Biologist Jason Hawley will discuss and describe a new bobcat research study underway by the CT DEEP Wildlife Division.
1/25/2018
 6:00pm
 Sessions Woods WMA (Education Center)
Burlington
 
The Fascinating World of Bugs   Join Advanced Master Gardener Nicole Christensen and learn about the world of backyard insects.
1/27/2018
 10:00 am -12:00 pm
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Educator Webinar: Seed Surprises   It is bird feeding month. Let’s take a close look at seeds and seed science as it applies to NGSS and diversity. Learn interesting facts and surprises as you see how seeds can add to the classroom. Participants will be sent seed packets following participation.
2/1/2018
 3:30 pm
 At your computer
 
Boy Scout Program - Environmental Science   Class full - No longer accepting registrations
2/10/2018
 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Stories in the Stars   Take a look at the night sky with FSW Director Josh Peters, who will interpret the stories behind the constellations. Bring binoculars.
2/13/2018
 6:00pm
 Sessions woods WMA (meet in parking lot)
Burlington
 
Educator Workshop: Growing Up WILD   Growing Up WILD is a multi-award winning early childhood education program that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature inviting them to explore the world around them. All Growing Up WILD activities address the National Association for the Education of Young Children standards and Head Start Domains.
2/14/2018
 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Educator Workshop: Project WET- Water Awareness   Prepare for World Water Day, through this workshop that focuses on the importance of water quality and how students can take part in protection it. Lessons provided will look at point and non-point pollution and green design to reduce these impacts. Grade 4-12
2/20/2018
 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Children's Program: Wildlife Tracks & Signs   The program begins with a lesson on identifying wildlife tracks, then the group travels outside for a short walk to look for animal signs.
2/20/2018
 1:30pm
 Sessions Woods WMA
Burlington
 
Educator Workshop: Make it a Festival!   Looking for how to engage students in stewardship actions in their community? This workshop will help build the plan to engage, excite and educate your students on environmental topics so that they can research and create action plans using events for education. Plan ahead for Earth Day at your school.
2/28/2018
 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Educator Workshop: Invaders   If you are working on school gardens or schoolyard habitats, now is the time to look for invasive species and plan for their reduction. Involve students in the process of planning and doing as they learn about the impact invasive species have, as they move or are moved into systems.
3/6/2018
 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Getting Little Feet WET   New Pre-school based education materials designed to help the very young explore the science of water. Age appropriate materials are provided in this hands on workshop for the childcare provider. Activities connect to NAYCE standards. Develop physical skills, literacy and understanding of the natural world through water investigations and play.
3/7/2018
 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Educator Workshop: Aquatic WILD and STEM   Attend an Aquatic WILD Workshop and get your students in step with STEM! Do field investigation and hands-on activities to help students learn about aquatic habitats. Aquatic WILD is suitable for all grade levels and meets state and national education standards, including Common Core and NGSS.
3/13/2018
 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Exam for Forester, Supervising Forest Products Harvester and Forest Products Harvester   Certification is required of all persons who conduct Commercial Forest Practices within the State of Connecticut
3/14/2018
 9:00am
 Sessions Woods Conservation Education Center
Burlington
 
Webelos Boy Scout Program - Into the Wild Badge Day   Explore winter animals, signs, behavior and identification using bird feeding stations and natural food sites on the estate. Learn how plants and animals survive the season while identifying who and what they are. Learn how wildlife research is carried out by participating in a Citizen Science study with Cornell University.
3/24/2018
 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Boy Scout Program - Sustainability Merit Badge   Class full - No longer accepting registrations
3/31/2018
 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Webelos Boy Scout Program - Into the Woods Badge Day   Learn about the ecosystem of a forest starting with the trees and building to the food webs that exist there. We will go into the many ways forestry products are used and the roles they play in helping maintain the health of the environment.
4/7/2018
 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
 Kellogg Environmental Center
Derby
 
Live Birds of Prey with A Place Called Hope - SAVE THE DATE   The Friends of Sessions Woods Annual Meeting starting with a Dessert Extravaganza Potluck, then see a live birds of prey demonstration.
4/29/2018
 1:00pm
 Sessions Woods WMA
Burlington
 
Exam for Supervising Forest Products Harvester and Forest Products Harvester   Certification is required of all persons who conduct Commercial Forest Practices within the State of Connecticut
5/9/2018
 9:00am
 James L. Goodwin State Forest
Hampton
 
Exam for Forester, Supervising Forest Products Harvester and Forest Products Harvester   Certification is required of all persons who conduct Commercial Forest Practices within the State of Connecticut
7/11/2018
 9:00am
 Sessions Woods conservation Education Center
Burlington
 
Exam for Forester, Supervising Forest Products Harvester and Forest Products Harvester   Certification is required of all persons who conduct Commercial Forest Practices within the State of Connecticut
10/17/2018
 9:00am
 Sessions Woods Conservation Education Center
Burlington
 
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