IISG education specialists are offering two workshop presentations as part of the Midwest Environmental Education Conference that is taking place October 14-17 at the I Hotel and Conference Center in Champaign, Illinois.

Robin Goettel
and Terri Hallesy will join with Natalie Carroll, Purdue University Extension and Madonna Weese, University of Illinois Extension, to discuss “Students as Stewards for Change: Informing Their Community about Proper Disposal of Unwanted Medicines.” Goettel and Hallesy will also have some fun discussing costumes characters as learning tools in the workshop “Zelda Meets Helga on the Aquatic View” in which a “spokesmussel” and invasive hydrilla tell stories of their population explosion in the Midwest and southern regions.

For more information about the conference, visit the conference website.

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