09 Jun '11, 5pm

Let's get kids back to nature, learn about our LEAF program for high school students:

Students from New York city's High School for Environmental studies (HSES) climb Algonquin Peak in the MacIntyre Range in North Hudson, NY., during a Conservancy sponsored nature studies internship. Algonquin is the second highest mountain in New York, and one of the 46 Adirondack High Peaks in Adirondack Park. The interns learned about alpine plant communities and how TNC's partnership with the Summit Stewardship Program has helped protect these fragile plant ecosystems. © Amy Deputy

Full article: http://www.nature.org/aboutus/diversity/leaf/index.htm

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