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Sierra Nevada FireWorks K-12 Curriculum Training

  • Blodgett Forest Research Station 4501 Blodgett Forest Road Georgetown, CA, 95634 United States (map)

When: Thursday and Friday, August 1 & 2

Where: Blodgett Forest Research Station

Cost: $150 including room and board
$20 for teachers serving low-income areas, while funds are available.

The FireWorks program is a valuable resource for teachers, fire prevention specialists, fire information officers, agency educators, communication specialists, and outdoor educators. This curriculum covers the physical science of combustion, fire history, succession, and fire effects on plants and animals with lessons fro elementary, middle, and high school, so you can feel confident teaching about wildfire.

The workshop consists of two intense days of entertaining hands-on activities for teaching students about wildland fire behavior, ecology, management and more. Content focuses on the curriculum specific to the ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada. 

Please see the attached flyer with more information on the upcoming workshop. Registration opens June 7 at:   For more information on the class please email Sandy Derby,

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