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November 2011 Clear Search

  • Thursday November 17, 2011
  • Bunnery Benefit Raises Almost $16,000

    “The energy is the best part,” said Caroline Labbé, reflecting on the 5th Annual Bunnery Benefit held last Saturday. Once again, the owners of The Bunnery Bakery & Restaurant (Caroline, Tony and Luc Labbé, and Dominique and Gerard Yvernault) offered to donate the restaurant’s entire
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  • Bighorn Students Explore Grand Teton National Park

    A group of middle school students, parents, and teachers from Bighorn, Wyoming enjoyed an active week of exploration and field research at Teton Science Schools this fall. The students explored Grand Teton National Park and investigated the influences of water on landforms, plants,
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  • Outreach Programs Bring the Teacher Learning Center into Wyoming and Idaho

    Last week, instructors from the Jackson Campus took Cheyenne elementary students on field trips into Mylar Park and the Laramie County School District Outdoor Education Center. Two weeks ago, graduate students taught a program to all 122 6th grade students at Lander Middle School focused
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  • 2011 Journeys School State of the School (Video)

    The Journeys School State of the School address is now available online! If you were unable to attend the event on November 9th, please click here to view Head of School Nate McClennen’s discussion on the philosophy, vision and future of Journeys School.
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  • Wyoming Wildlife - The Foundation Supports Local Bird Research

    Last spring, Wyoming Wildlife - The Foundation awarded the Conservation Research Center $2,500 to support our avian research and education programs. Foundation funding was essential to many of our successes this year. A few highlights include:
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  • Behind the Scenes at the Houston Zoo

    Several years ago Wildlife Expeditions and the Houston Zoo began a partnership providing a wonderful Yellowstone and Grand Teton Experience. The Houston Zoo has a long history of committing to wildlife conservation around the globe. The Zoo works closely with researchers in Zimbabwe, Borneo, the Houston Metro area and other locales.
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