Developing Outdoor Education Programs

Doubleknot’s communications manager Elissa Miller has published another article at Camp Business magazine. This month, it’s about how to plan and deliver outdoor education programs to serve the needs of schools and youth in your region. Outdoor education programs do more than educate young people about the environment—they’re proven to deliver lasting academic and personal benefits to participating students.

Although the article is published in a magazine about camp management, the information is also relevant for science centers, nature centers, botanical gardens and other organizations with an environmental mission who can engage youth through outdoor education programs.

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