An Environmental Study through Ohlone Worldview
How does culture influence our relationship with the environment?
Living with the Land is structured in three parts:Classroom Preparation – Pre-site classroom lessons are facilitated virtually by NPS staff and the teacher.
Field Session – Students investigate Crissy Marsh to understand human relationship to the land and the health of the ecosystem.
Classroom Assessment – Students have the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned through writing or illustration.
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Gregg Castro acknowledges Crissy Marsh as part of the Ohlone ancestral homeland, Yelamu.
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Last updated: September 22, 2022