Thanks to Mary Catharine Martin, Michael Penn, and the Juneau Empire for a thoughtful and informative article about outdoor opportunities for local children!
Fourteen Alaska educators, with 4 outstanding local experts, just completed Discovery Southeast's week-long continuing education course studying the Juneau Icefield from above and below.
We can't wait to see what lessons these great teachers bring to their classrooms for years to come!!!
Check out KTOO's story, which ran statewide on public radio. We're really proud to offer programs for children AND teachers this summer! Thanks to the following supporters for making the icefield trip a reality!
Thank you for making the banquet a terrific success!
We were proud to honor teachers Allie Smith and Rosanne Schmitz for the incredible outdoor education opportunities they provide.
We were thrilled to see how strong our community is, and how much we care about outdoor opportunities for Juneau children.
Learn more about Allie's outstanding outdoor education work, from KTOO or the Juneau Empire.
Two great stories:
Executive Director Shawn Eisele and longtime Naturalist Steve Merli wrote an essay in the Juneau Empire about bear education, and how it fits in to the bigger picture of connecting us with nature.
KTOO's Lisa Phu followed up with a phenomenal piece after she tagged along on one of Steve's classes. Check it out here!
Natural History of Juneau Trails: A Watershed Approach
Richard Carstensen's new book is an all-you-can-eat information buffet for anyone who enjoys getting outdoors in Juneau.
Learn more about the book and check out other great reads on our publications page.