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More than 50 Years of Forestry Education and Fun!

Teachers Conservation Workshop

Sponsored by

Teachers Conservation Workshop Committee & Sustainable Forestry Initiative State Implementation Committee

of the

Mississippi Forestry Association

 2018 dates will be announced in February.

If you have any additional questions, please e-mail Anna Thames at or contact the MFA office at 601-354-4936.

TCW South and North are approved three hour courses with Mississippi State University and the University of Southern Mississippi. To register for the Mississippi State University course, called Conservation for Educators, use course code FO 4513/6513. To register for the USM course, please contact Dr. Sherry Herron at 601-266-4739 or


What is "TCW”?

Teachers Conservation Workshop, or TCW, is a practical, hands-on conservation workshop with emphasis on forests and other natural resources. The latest information on conservation is presented in the classroom and in numerous field trips including industries, harvesting operations, management practices, and nature trails. Participants learn by demonstration and practical exercises how relevant conservation practices can be integrated into classroom work and student projects.


Instructors include professionals from Miss. State University, Miss. Forestry Commission, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Miss. Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, U.S. Forest Service, forest industries, consulting foresters and many other natural resource organizations and companies. Participants will be certified to use teaching materials of the nationally acclaimed, award-winning environmental education curriculum Project Learning Tree. 

Who is Eligible?

Teachers, school administrators, youth educators, undergraduates, and others may apply. Consideration will be given to teaching duties, subject assignments, the number of times applicant has already attended TCW, as well as the date applications are submitted. Participants may repeat the workshop every five years.

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