"Field Studies in the Humanities and Science," an environmental education workshop for teachers, naturalists, interpreters and concerned citizens, will be held at Montclair State University's New Jersey School of Conservation Friday, Feb. 2 to Sunday, Feb. 4. Participants will enjoy the beauty and serenity of Stokes State Forest while learning about the environment from two distinct perspectives: humanities and the sciences.
The workshop begins with a buffet dinner Friday at 6 p.m. and ends Sunday at 2 p.m.
Fee for the workshop is $125 and includes meals, lodging and a $25 non-returnable registration fee (school districts sending five teachers will not be charged for a sixth). Graduate or undergraduate credit is available.
For more information, or to request a registration form, call (973) 948-4646. The New Jersey School of Conservation, located in the 30,000-acre Stokes State Forest, is the oldest university-operated environmental field center in the world.