Save the Date! Nov. 5th, 2019
Registration Deadline is November 1, 2019
Please use Registration LINK on right to do so now.
Cost: $25.00 per person payable by cash or check on day of event when you arrive. Breakfast, Lunch and Environmental Sustainability in Education Workshop is included along with two other Workshop time slots.
Check is made payable to: OceansWide Organization
Workshop Time: 10:30 to Noon for my Environmental Sustainability in Education Workshop.
Lunch will be after my workshop
Event Time Available: A total of 7 hours is yours to use to peruse the Grounds, attend Workshop(s), have lunch with a view of the Long Island Sound.
Arrive at 8:00 am for Breakfast and stay until 3:00 pm.
Location: Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve
Please use LINK on right for map and directions
Main Mansion House
25 Lloyd Harbor Road
Lloyd Harbor, NY 11743
Professional Development accredited by STEM Hub
Creating A Better Planet Through Education
OceansWide Professional Development Day
Light Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. Please be sure to include any dietary restrictions you have when registering.
Bring a NOTEBOOK and a few writing utensils!
Be ready to learn and enjoy a beautiful view.
P.S. Bring binoculars!
Workshop Description: UPDATE - 2 Talks Now
Environmental Sustainability in Education
Bill Lauto from GoingTrueGreen.com explains how key concepts in science education can connect to sustainable practices and environmentally conscience decision making. From appliances in our own kitchen to solar energy. Trade secrets will be shared, stories told and facts presented, because everything is connected.
Learn about how to truly save money, energy and Earth!
Schedule For the Day
Check-in / Networking / Enjoy the View / Take Photos / Enjoy a Light Breakfast / Visit Tables
8:45 am to 10:15 am
10:30 am to High Noon
Environmental Sustainability in Education with Bill Lauto
12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm
Lunch / Networking / Enjoy the View / Take Photos / Take a Brief Walk / Visit Tables
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
JUST ADDED: Environmental Sustainability in Education with Bill Lauto
2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Wrap Up / Visit Tables / Share Business Cards / Enjoy the View / Take Photos
FYI: Some Park and Mansion Information
In 1921 Marshall Field III purchased 1750 acres of Lloyd Neck to create one large estate. He named the land after its Matinecock Indian name, Caumsett, which means "place by a sharp rock." Field created a self-sufficient English-style estate as a combination country club, hunting preserve, and home, complete with its own water and electrical supply.
Today, the Marshall Field III Mansion hosts OceansWide Education and Research organization and the Masters Garage houses the BOCES Outdoor and Environmental Education programs where Bill Lauto teaches at both locations.
Bill Lauto, at GoingTrueGreen.com
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
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