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Tolerance for Uncertainty: Sea, Mountains, and Culture on a Patagonia Semester

By Molly Herber on Jul 30, 2018

Enjoying rainbows in Patagonia. Photo by Ignacio Martínez.

“Learn, just learn about this unique and remote place in the world, connect with the people, nature, history, and its wild places—the glaciers, ice fields, rivers, lakes, islands, and sea.”

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Topics: chile, Semester, Sea Kayaking, culture, Live the Dream, mountaineering, Semester in Patagonia, story

NOLS wins Sustainable Tourism Award

By NOLS on Oct 14, 2010

NOLS has been recognized by the Chilean government as a leading organization in Chile that practices and promotes sustainable tourism. Chile’s National Secretariat of Tourism, which granted NOLS this award, commended the school for the impacts its graduates have made in the field of sustainable tourism in Chile.

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Topics: NOLS, chile, Patagonia, award, tourism, Environmental Stewardship, sustainability

NOLS Grads in Haiti and Chile

By Aparna Rajagopal-Durbin on Mar 26, 2010

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Topics: NOLS, Haiti, chile, Glad Griebling, Convoy of Hope, Earthquake relief, NOLS alumni, Justin Padjett, Paul Dreyer, Doctors Without Borders, wilderness medicine, David Edson, NOLS Grads, Kelly Pyke Jerry Jex, WMI, NOLS Kenya, Graham Brand-Zawadski, Landmark Learning, Shane Young, Earthquake humanitarian, Americares, Tom Turley