Enhancing Wildlife Conservation
Conservation Across Boundaries (CAB™) program is designed to teach educators how natural resource conservation issues are tightly linked to the biology, ecology, history, and culture of North American landscapes.
"Conservation education is the theme around which the rest of our curriculum can be wound. It connects students to their habitat and to the rest of the world. I firmly believe that outdoor education is the key to getting students interested in their environment and in conserving it." – CAB participant
CAB MONTANA - June 15 - 24, 2012
Cab Texas - June 10 - 20, 2012
To engage and train educators to observe, investigate, analyze, and consider from a systems perspective underlying components and mechanisms of wildlife conservation.
• Learn about the unique habitats, fish and wildlife, and ecology of different regions from a systems perspective.
• Interact with a variety of fish, wildlife, conservation, and natural resource professionals and land managers.