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Questing Workshop - Shawnee National Forest 

Date(s): 
  9/27/2014 
Time(s): 
9:00 a.m. - noon, Saturday 
Description: 
A quest is a community treasure hunt that guides people through-and teaches them how to see- a unique community treasure; a natural feature in the community (a watershed, a park or wetlands), a cultural site (oldest building, first gravestone), or particular story (life of a person, home of an amimal, beginnings of an idustry). 
Can be created by individuals or small groups, by classrooms, scout troups as a group, youth groups, and adult community partners working collaboratively.

No cost to attend.  Attendees will learn how to create a Quest.  Handouts will be included.

See SNF web site for examples of quest; Outdoor Quest.
For more information: 
Event Type: 
Cultural Resources; Education/schools; Educator Workshop; Nature 
DNR Region(s): 
4; 5 
Location: 
Shawnee National Forest headquarters 
Address: 
50 Highway 145 South  
City, State ZIP: 
Harrisburg  IL  62946 
Directions: 
 
Contact person/email: 
Wendy Cowert  / wcowsert@fs.fed.us 
Phone/Fax: 
618-253-7114  /  
Other Phone: