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  • Friday August 28, 2015
  • Connected Commutes

    In late May the first motorhomes start their long migration from warmer climates to the scenic roads of Jackson, Wyoming. The arrival of motorhomes of larger sizes and more elaborate plumage is one of the first signs that summer has arrived in Jackson Hole.
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  • Monday August 24, 2015
  • The Place-Based Bookshelf- Teewinot by Jack Turner

    Early on in Jack Turner’s Teewinot: Climbing and Contemplating the Teton Range, the author recounts the story of his first climbing lesson in the Tetons. He and a friend, both working in Pinedale for the summer, had driven up to the Tetons for the weekend and enrolled in an introductory climbing class with Exum guides.
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  • Friday August 14, 2015
  • The Murie Legacy in the Ultimate Grand Teton Adventure

    The Ultimate Grand Teton Adventure (UGTA): ten days, five spent backpacking on the Teton Crest, all while researching the cutest animal in the Tetons.
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  • Monday July 27, 2015
  • Dip, Dip, and Swing

    What do students take home with them when they leave Teton Science Schools? How do we know we’re making a difference in our students’ lives?
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  • Friday June 12, 2015
  • TSS Hires New Executive Director

    Teton Science Schools is pleased to announce that yesterday, the Board of Directors voted to approve the Search Committee’s recommendation to hire Christopher Agnew as our next Executive Director.
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  • Friday January 9, 2015
  • Enriching Bhutanese Curriculum and Teacher Training with Place-Based Education

    On the 10th of January, 2015, TSS staff will conduct a 10-day professional development training in place-based education for 24 teachers from each district or Dzongkhag.
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