ERC Spring Science Series: Working Dogs for Conservation

ERC Spring Science Series: Working Dogs for Conservation

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Name: ERC Spring Science Series: Working Dogs for Conservation
Date: May 3, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM MDT
Event Description:
Join the ERC and College of Southern Idaho for the third presentation of the ERC's Spring Science Series. Pete Coppollilo, Executive Director of Working Dogs for Conservation will present about conservation dogs and give a live demonstration of the work conservation dogs do. This presentation takes place in the Queen of the Hills room at the Community Campus is Hailey. All ages are welcome to attend this FREE program. The Spring Science Series is associated with the ERC's Spring Exploration Series, a program that brings experts from various scientific fields to all 2nd and 3rd grade students in the public and private schools of Blaine County during the school day. Every spring for six consecutive weeks, more than 650 children attend each of these interactive visits, learning about a wide variety of environmental science topics. This program is in its 19th year and is offered free of charge to schools and participants. For more information visit www.ercsv.org/youth-education/spring-exploration-series or email alisa@ercsv.org.
Location:
Community Campus - Queen of the Hills Room 1050 Fox Acres Rd. Hailey, ID 83333
Date/Time Information:
5/3/17 / 6-7PM
Contact Information:
Alisa McGowan, ERC Program Director 208.726.4333
Fees/Admission:
FREE
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