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Join the Georgia Forestry Commission and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division for the 15th Annual Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop, June 17th – 21st at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to learn about Georgia’s forests and natural resources! Along with spending time at beautiful Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, participants engage in activities from Projects Learning Tree, WET, and WILD and enjoy field trips three out of five days, network with other educators and natural resource professionals, and engage in animal encounters and social events.

Still not sure? What if we mention that registration is only $50 per person? Thanks to our wonderful workshop sponsors, we are able to offer this five-day workshop at a low cost to participants. Your registration fee includes all teaching materials, food, lodging and transportation during the workshop. Only 30 spots are available, so register right away.

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