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Highlights of the university’s focused efforts during the past three months include the following:
- One Families in Nature events was held, benefitting approximately 25 people.
- Presentations were given about the Nevada Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights to senior staff at Clark County Parks and Recreation and to the Southern Nevada Regional Open Space and Trails working group.
- A total of 12 people completed all requirements and successfully graduated from the Nevada State Certification in Environmental Education and Interpretation program.
- Forever Earth was scheduled for 29 days and served 975 people.
Environmental literacy; Environmental sciences – Study and teaching; Nevada; Outdoor education
Education | Environmental Sciences | Science and Mathematics Education
Rees, M. N.
Education in the Environment: A Strategy for Continued Interagency Outdoor Education Programming: Quarterly Progress Report: Period Ending February 28, 2011.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_education_reports/24