U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Copper River Stewardship Project
Each year, 10 high school aged “stewardship ambassadors,” journey for 10 days throughout the Copper River Watershed by boat, ferry, van and even on foot for an environmental field course sponsored by Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment, the Copper River Watershed Project, the Prince William Sound Science Center, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, and the Forest Service. Youth ambassadors come together to engage in an in-depth exploration of river resources, issues and impacts to watersheds, watershed dynamics, and stewardship. Participants keep journals and prepare slide shows, videos, blogs, and other on-line projects to document their experience. They also give presentations to Copper River Watershed communities.
|Last updated: 06-09-2016|
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