Document Type

Report

Publication Date

8-31-2007

First page number:

1

Last page number:

40

Abstract

During the past three months, the focus of the university’s efforts has included the following highlights:

  • Three projects have been identified to meet SNAP strategic messaging needs: an anti-litter exhibit; a volunteer restoration program with educational components; and activity stations to tell the story of Lee Meadows restoration efforts.
  • Interpretive planning is underway for Mountain’s Edge Explorer’s Interpretive Trail.
  • A Hispanic survey and monitoring program has been identified.
  • A six-week Spanish class tailored to meet the communication needs of environmental educators and interpreters will be offered beginning September 20.
  • Forever Earth was scheduled for 11 days and benefited 297 individuals.
  • The National Park Service used Forever Earth as a mobile visitor center on three dates. During these outings, Park Service interpreters contacted 552 visitors and presented water safety programs and interpretive programs.
  • Twelve Discover Mojave Outdoor World events were conducted for 226 participants.

Keywords

Curriculum planning; Desert ecology – Study and teaching; Environmental literacy; Environmental sciences – Study and teaching; Nevada; Outdoor education

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Environmental Sciences | Science and Mathematics Education

Language

English

Comments

Cooperative Agreement Number H8R07060001
Task Agreement Number J8R07070004

Signatures have been redacted for privacy and security measures.


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