Chickens Can Fly: Learning about Farmed Animals and Farm Animal Sanctuaries
Saturday January 26 in Manhattan in NYC!
UPC President Karen Davis is Keynote Speaker
United Federation of Teachers
Humane Education Committee
52 Broadway, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Please register to attend to attend our upcoming conference:
Chickens Can Fly: Learning about Farmed Animals and Farm Sanctuaries.
For teachers of grades pre-kindergarten to twelve.
On Saturday January 26, 2008 from 9:45 am to 1:00 pm, luncheon to follow (until 2:30 pm).
At UFT Manhattan Headquarters, 52 Broadway (near Wall Street).
JOIN US for a unique opportunity in learning to incorporate creative and interdisciplinary lessons about chickens, and other animals raised on farms, into the curriculum. Karen Davis, Ph.D., Director of United Poultry Concerns, an organization that promotes the respectful treatment of domestic fowl, will be our keynote speaker. Workshop leaders will include Carol Moon of Farm Sanctuary and members of the UFT/Humane Education Executive Board.
This program will include a cooking demonstration, breakfast and lunch. In addition to grade-appropriate materials and workshops for grades pre-k to 1,2 - 6,7-12, there will be an opportunity to network with speakers and colleagues.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE A FULL COLOR FLYER SHOWING ALL MATERIALS AS WELL AS A LISTING OF ALL SPEAKERS and REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CALL 212-410-3095 OR EMAIL HumaneEd@aol.com with “Chickens Can Fly” in the subject line. Registration is $10 per person.
United Poultry Concerns, Inc.
PO Box 150
Machipongo, VA 23405-0150