Teaching teachers about sustainable forestry
The South Carolina Sustainable Forestry Teachers’ Tour is a five-day in-person workshop, offered annually in June, that provides educators with an unbiased look into sustainable forestry and its impact on our economy, environment, and quality of life. The tour takes teachers to various forest product mills, public and private forests, historic sites and forest harvesting operations. Educators will learn from professionals about current conservation issues, sustainable forest management, history, mathematics, engineering, technology, and much more!
Educators participating in the tour will receive:
- A unique outdoor experience
- 3.0 hours of non-degree graduate credit through the College of Charleston
- 60 hours of renewal credits through the Department of Education
- Tools and materials to use forestry/natural resources in the classroom
- Project Learning Tree training and certification
- FREE meals, lodging, materials, and transportation during the tour
- Access to travel grants and classroom materials grants
There is a $150 deposit required for accepted participants.
Want to Apply?
Interested in learning more or applying? Applications are open in January, and can be submitted online through the link below! See what other teachers are saying about the tour, and check out some of our past experiences at:
For more information, contact FASC Director of Landowner Outreach, Forestry Education and Programs Emily C. Oakman at email@example.com or (803) 798-4170.