Blog entry Sarah Angulo

Calling all Clear Lake educators: Feedback needed on draft materials

Are you an educator working with youth in Lake County? Your skills and experience are needed! 

The UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science and Center for Regional Change are drafting environmental education materials to support ongoing local efforts to improve the health of Clear Lake and its watershed. Over the last year and a half, we talked to over 50 community members, presented at organizational meetings, attended outreach events, sat in on presentations and community meetings, and organized a Tribal Advisory Committee – all to hear the priorities and needs for environmental education in the region. These priorities and needs informed the drafted environmental education materials that were developed as a Blue Ribbon Committee for the Rehabilitation of Clear Lake-approved project. More details can be found on our project page.

Community members can:

  1. Review the drafted materials and provide feedback.
  2. Receive training, pilot some of the materials with youth, and provide feedback (compensation available).

Interested community members can either:

  1. Fill out this form and let us know how you’d like to be involved.
  2. Contact Sarah Angulo directly to be added to our interest list. 

For community members interested in reviewing the drafted materials and providing feedback: The project team will have drafted materials ready for public review in January 2024. You will be notified when they are available. Feedback can be provided anytime between January and March.

For community members interested in the training and piloting of the materials: The training is anticipated to be scheduled in March 2024. Piloting of the materials with youth should be planned to occur anytime in April and May. Feedback on the pilot experience should be provided to the project team in May and June. Compensation is available for this time commitment.

We are so grateful for all of the community involvement in this project so far. It continues to be invaluable in ensuring that the environmental education materials developed for this project are reflective of the priorities and needs of the Clear Lake region. Thank you!

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