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Environmental Education in One of the Largest Superfund Sites in America

By Abby Peltomaa

Abstract

How do you teach the next generation about Superfund, and its associated environmental damage and repair? How do you talk about the science of toxic waste effects on a local ecology and environment? How do you engage a community and their beliefs to encourage stewardship of the land? The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) will describe how we do this work, our opportunities for improvement, as well as our approaches to tackle this complex issue within our watershed

Publisher: Digital Commons @ Montana Tech
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.mtech.edu:campus_lectures-1062
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