Teaching City-Slickers about Prairies through School Lessons, Pocket Prairies, Storytelling and Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

North American Prairie Conference

June 5 – Della Barbato, Director of Education, co-facilitated an education workshop at the NAPC with Jaime Gonzales titled Prairie 101 – Teaching City-Slickers about Prairies through School Lessons, Pocket Prairies, Storytelling and Technology.  I asked Rhonda Burrow from Katy High School to discuss her experiences building a one-acre pocket prairie on her campus.  Workshop topics discussed:  NPAT and history, Deer Park Prairie and history, my student and adult education programs, connecting the ecosystem to belief and value systems, teaching audiences about themselves and where they live, connecting to neighborhoods, building pocket prairies with signage to educate and a name that connects with them, and building the Katy HS Pocket Prairie.

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