volunteers standing in a stream looking at a net of macroinvertebrates

Stream Safari Educator Training

UNH STEM Docents

This date is the first of 3 sessions for this training experience. Also included are May 4, 9-12:30 and May 8, 4-7 pm,

Granite State College, 25 Hall Street
Concord, NH 03301
United States

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About the Event

Stream Safari is a hands-on, feet-wet learning kind of experience. You'll be ready for all those tough questions, like where does the snow go in the spring? Where do the fish go in the winter? What kind of bug is that?! Participants receive training on the Stream Safari curriculum, and the skills necessary to lead youth through a successful stream safari experience with confidence. Suitable for teachers, volunteers, and informal educators.

Trainings include: May 1, 4-7pm, May 4, 9-12:30, May 8, 4-7 pm,

Cost: Free for STEM Docent volunteers, $165 for teachers and informal educators for use for professional development (scholarships may be available, contact megan.glenn@unh.edu).

What to bring

New STEM Docent volunteers need to complete a volunteer application found on the STEM Docent website: https://extension.unh.edu/programs/stem-docents

Youth Instructions

No volunteers under age 18.


Contact Megan Glenn at megan.glenn@unh.edu or (603) 641-4391.

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