The River Mile is a network of educators, students, resource managers and scientists in the Columbia River Watershed exploring the essential question:

“How do relationships among components of an ecosystem affect watershed health?”

For more info browse the website or contact our education specialist.

TRM is a participant driven approach to learning about, researching and exploring the watershed health of the Columbia River. Participants share best practices, lessons learned, examples, links to resources and real world scientific data.

Students and teachers engage in science education outdoors and explore scientific practices through real-world resource projects. Groups become intimately familiar with their outdoor classroom by spending time in the field investigating and researching their section of the watershed.

Investigating Crayfish Teacher Training

Learn to engage grade 2-12 students in fascinating crayfish studies in this hands-on STEAM with partners from The River Mile Network. Gain confidence to participate with the Crayfish Study to support important research by scientists and wildlife managers. IdaH2O water quality and Project WET lessons are incorporated in this training.

Start:
August 21, 2019 at 9:00 am
End:
August 21, 2019 at 3:30 pm

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The River Mile is open to classroom teachers, informal educators and students in the Columbia River Watershed.

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The River Mile is an Education Program of
The National Park Service
at Lake Roosevelt
National Recreation Area