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A Student Conservation Association intern's path toward effective environmental education.

Getting Warmed Up

June 24, 2013 Posted by: Max Odland

A large part of my job this summer will be to lead interpretive programs for visitors at Exit Glacier. Interpretation is all about giving people a better opportunity to connect with the nature, history, or culture of a particular place, and there is plenty of exciting nature at Exit glacier to connect with. There is, however, one bit of nature at Exit Glacier that I'm not so enthusiastic about—climate change.

 

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