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Excellent EB for the good of the river

By Casey Adams on 4/23/12 10:25 AM

Friday brought beautiful weather and buses full of eager Lander Middle School students to the banks of the Little Popo Agie River, where they practiced expedition behavior and developed their environmental ethic.

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Topics: NOLS, Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus, willows, Popo Agie River, Trout Unlimited, Lander MIddle School, Popo Agie Conservation District, TU, fish, Red Canyon River Stabilization, Environmental Stewardship, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Popo Agie Anglers, fishing

The Southwest Outdoor Educator Course Brings History to Life in the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge

By NOLS Southwest staff on 1/26/11 7:09 AM

On a bluebird mid-January day in western Arizona a group of NOLS students descended a rocky desert canyon to re-emerge from the wilds at a ghostly visage of America’s past. They were not the only ones to happen upon the Rob Roy mine in the remote Kofa Mountains. Meeting them there were a team of biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and a carful of Southwest Branch staff. The goal of this Sonoran rendezvous was to aid in the restoration and preservation of a historic desert landmark.

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Topics: mine, educator, NOLS, Behind the Scenes, Southwest, outdoor, service project, fish, wildlife, kofa, construction