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CE: Schramm Sunday Speaker Series – Conversations with a Conservation Office

Sunday, March 13, 2022
2:00 pm3:00 pm
Schramm Education Center classroom (21502 W Hwy 31, Gretna, NE 68028

Sunday, March 13, 2022 – 2:00 – 3:00 pm | Schramm Sunday Speaker Series – Conversations with a Conservation Officer
Speaker: Sophia Gobber and Dan Evasco, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

All across the state, conservation officers, or game wardens, protect Nebraska’s natural resources and help keep people safe. Conservation officers also conduct hunter and boating safety education, participate in educational programs for the public, and perform duties related to wildlife management. Join Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Conservation Officers Sophia Gobber and Dan Evasco to hear about their work and tales from the field. The first half of the program will take place in our classroom, and then participants can head outside to view the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers mobile exhibit trailer. REGISTER HERE: https://forms.gle/W5wEWtEorJgbDBuE6 .

Schramm Speaker Series programs are free to attend, but participants should register in advance due to limited seating. Click the link above to fill out the quick registration form.

The Schramm Sunday Speaker Series is a monthly program where experts in the field deliver presentations related to nature and science in Nebraska. The goal of the program is to promote curiosity, to facilitate conversations about science topics with experts in the field, and to provide opportunities for lifelong learning for all ages.

All Schramm Speaker Series programs are free for the public to attend and take place in the Schramm Education Center classroom (21502 W Hwy 31, Gretna, NE 68028). Visitors that wish to also tour Schramm Education Center will need to pay admission to the center and enter through the main entrance. No park permit is required in the Center’s parking lot.

For questions please contact Jen Ruyle, Outdoor Education Specialist, at jennifer.ruyle@nebraska.gov or 402-332-5022.

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