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North Dakota Game and Fish offering educational programs for kids

The guest this week is Sherry Niesar, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department curriculum specialist.

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North Dakota Game and Fish Department curriculum specialist Sherry Niesar, back middle, teaches a classroom of students on furs.
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BISMARCK — In this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors, Mike Anderson tells us about professional development for educators that are happening around the state this summer.

The guest this week is Sherry Niesar, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department curriculum specialist.

Teaching Science Through Art is June 1-2 at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake and June 14-15 at Dakota College in Bottineau. Pollinators in the Classroom is June 28-29 at North Dakota State University in Fargo.

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