Lunch and Learn: From Game Design to Game Management: How to Teach Wildlife Conservation Practices

Lunch and Learn: From Game Design to Game Management: How to Teach Wildlife Conservation Practices

Friday, January 24
Program: 11 am – Noon
Lunch: Noon – 1 pm

Monopoly teaches money management, Scrabble builds language skills, Sorry! helps people take responsibility for their actions--well, maybe. Board games have been teaching people about life for centuries, but more recently, they are being used as educational tools to demonstrate conservation issues such as seed diversity and climate change. Join Karen Cleveland of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources as she illustrates the use of engaging games to teach conservation topics important to Michiganders. Please register by January 22 to reserve a lunch.

Program only: Members FREE | Non-Members $6
Program and Lunch: Members $12 | Non-Members $17