EEAC Keynote: Celebrating Latinx Culture and Identity Outdoors

Natalie Macias and Megan Deane McKenna, Open Campus and Juntos Coordinators in Tillamook County, discuss how they use Latinx culture and identity to create meaningful outdoor experiences for students. Learn how they collaborate with Latinx and non-Latino STEM professionals to develop their curriculum, and how their program has grown from 10 to 40+ students. Finally, find out how you can get involved in the program.

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