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Healthy, natural, affordable. These are the foundations of Colorado’s new Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) Initiative created to ensure all young children in Colorado have daily access to quality outdoor learning environments where play and learning support development across all domains—cognitive, physical, social, and emotional. As a beautiful marriage between grants, training, technical assistance, and the natural world, the ECHO Initiative will impact children and educators across Colorado.

Join us for an informative webinar to learn about the ECHO Initiative and the Outdoor Learning Environment Toolkit, participate in an interactive conversation about current early childhood environmental education programs, and share with us how your work fits with ECHO Initiative goals as we seek to elevate the quality of outdoor learning environments across the state.

PRESENTERS:

Sarah Konradi, National Wildlife Federation
Adrienne Sedlack, Qualistar


The ECHO Initiative is a partnership between The National Wildlife FederationQualistar Colorado, and North Carolina State University’s Natural Learning Initiative. To learn more about the ECHO Initiative, please visit http://www.nwf.org/echo.

The ECHO Initiative is generously funded by The Colorado Health Foundation and the Gates Family Foundation.

  

September 19th, 2017 3:00 PM   through   4:00 PM
Online
United States
Phone: 303-273-9527
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