Out Of Stock Juneau Nature Seminars: Community and Teacher Classes Weekend and evening classes open to the community and providing free professional development for teachers. Instructors Richard Carstensen and Steve Merli address natural and cultural history with a focusing question ‘why do we live here?’ Most seminars involve a weekend (both days) outdoors plus two weekday evening classroom sessions. You may enroll in as many of the three seminars as you wish. The three 2019 Seminars are: March 2-3, 5-6: History & geography of Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní (land of Auk & Taku people). May 30-June 2: Landforms (geology) of Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní: Year-2: Kaxdigoowu Héen (Montana Creek) & Eeyák’w (Amalga Harbor) June 6-9: Habitats of Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní: Year-2: Kaxdigoowu Héen (Montana Creek) & Eeyák’w (Amalga Harbor) We recommend a $75 donation for members of the general public, and ask no fee of teachers or professional educators. *Teachers seeking Ed 581 credit: Each seminar provides 1 credit. To receive professional development education credit, you’ll register for the course with UAA, and will complete the seminar plus independent study and a final project. Upon successful completion, you may submit your UAA receipt to us for reimbursement! If a course is full or “out of stock” please join our waitlist here. We expect to take participants off the waitlist. Please see the full Description below for all the details!