People, Nature, Place, and Education in the News.
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Teton Science Schools are set to begin another fantastic summer filled with adventures for youth and families. This year we are excited to announce the addition of Tracking Thursdays: Evening Stroll and Ice Cream.
My final week in the field was a great conclusion to my time as an AmeriCorps volunteer. The group of students I lead was a fourth grade class from Rock Springs, Wyoming.
Graduate Students spent four weeks of April and May studying the botany, ornithology, and insects of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in an academic course titled Advanced Elements of Field
Last Wednesday, in front of almost 400 people (including 80 who watched our virtual webcast), Journeys School graduated six seniors, sixteen 8th grade students, and twelve 5th grade students.
Next week Teton Science Schools and the University of Wyoming’s Science and Math Teaching Center are collaborating to kick-off the statewide, year-long Professional Development program,
Amid appetizers, drinks and celebration, 1% for the Tetons announced eight grant proposals as 2011 finalist projects. The Conservation Research Center’s project, Understanding local implications of