- Category: Radio Talks
- Published: Saturday, 10 October 2015 00:08
Public News Service-NM: May 15, 2015
In this week’s edition of Earth Matters, co-producer Nathan Newcomer interviews students from the Aldo Leopold Charter School’s Eco-Monitoring Program.
Based in Silver City, Aldo Leopold Charter School launched their Eco-Monitoring program several years ago to give students the opportunity to participate in gathering data in the U.S. National Forest. They discuss much of the important work that the students do, including collecting data on soils, aquatics, range, forest, and wildlife.
They also discuss the importance of educating youth on the importance of conservation work, and how that translates into healthier communities and thriving local economies.
Tune in to this week’s Earth Matters to learn more.
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