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Adopt-a-Species is a habitat education program for K-5 students partnered by the Forest Service, MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks and 2 local non-profits. It features species trunks, fall assemblies, a spring art/writing contest, and a May educator workshop. Librarians play a key role delivering this program in their schools.
Liz Burke is Conservation Educator at the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest and has managed Adopt-a-Species for 22 years. Corie Rice is the Program Specialist for Montana WILD, Fish Wildlife and Park’s education Center located in Helena. Ryan Schmaltz is Education Program Specialist for Montana Wild, MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Matt Ferrell is Conservation Educator with the Montana Discovery Foundation, a non-profit friends group of the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
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