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Activity highlights during the first quarter of Year Two include the following actions toward task agreement deliverables:
- Agenda and minutes prepared and distributed for three core group meetings
- Wild horse and burro curriculum completed and vetted through local, regional, and national levels
- Historical curriculum completed and ready for review by core group
- Two RRDLC PowerPoint presentations coordinated, written, and illustrated by Public Lands Institute staff for BLM presentations to the Clark County School District Executive Cabinet and the Board of Trustees.
- RRDLC informational handouts provided to community members, teachers, and students at Joshua Jubilee community event and Clark County Farm Festival
- RRDLC brochure written and designed
- Interim RRDLC website created
Curriculum planning; Desert ecology – Study and teaching; Environmental sciences – Study and teaching; Interagency coordination; Nevada
Curriculum and Instruction | Desert Ecology | Environmental Sciences | Science and Mathematics Education
Rees, M. N.
Oliver Ranch Science School Complex & Wild Horse and Burro Facility: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending September 30, 2005.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_red_rock_learning_center_oliver_ranch/5