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Educating for a Vibrant World


Read the latest on connecting people, nature and place through education, science and stewardship.

November 2017 Clear Search

  • Monday November 27, 2017
  • Shifting my Perspective on the Power of Place

    The importance of place-based education is obvious to me. My years in middle school were spent looking for tracks in the woods of Ripton, Vermont and climbing in the Green Mountains. I had the privilege of having a quintessential place-based-education.
  • Friday November 17, 2017
  • (Re)Defining Science

    Teman Cooke, who holds a PhD in theoretical physics, is nervous about the future of science. In the TED talk he gave in 2014 he warned us that, “As a culture, as a civilization, we fear science.”
  • Friday November 10, 2017
  • SHIFTing Our Perspective

    It’s not often that we as educators, faculty, and staff find our perspectives challenged by participants. As a place-based educational organization, we exist in a privileged and rosy-colored bubble; from this place of privilege, we take a look at the world around us and explore how we can best share the science, wonder, beauty, and magic of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with our participants.


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