Presenter: Dr. Judith Silverberg
Location: PSU’s Boyd Hall, Room 001
Time: 4:00 – 5:00PM
For the last two years a diverse group of educators has been gathering information and drafting an environmental literacy plan for New Hampshire. This effort is part of a nationwide goal of having environmental literacy plans for all states. This session will focus on the reasoning behind having an environmental literacy plan as well as the process that has been used in its development. Participants will discuss the points that are contained in New Hampshire’s draft plan.
Dr. Judith Silverberg has thirty-five years experience in working with natural resources agencies in Wisconsin, Connecticut and New Hampshire. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison for both her bachelors (Wildlife Ecology) and master’s degree (Environmental Education) and the University of New Hampshire for her doctorate (Natural Resources). Currently she works for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department where she is actively involved in planning and implementing wildlife education and viewing programs throughout New Hampshire.