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Featured conference sESSION 

Appreciating Living Processes

Presented by: Emily Martin, Hood River County School District, Hood River Valley High School, Ilarion Merculieff, Wisdom Weavers of the World, & Milt Markewitz, Pull Together Now (Non-profit)

Indigenous and wisdom traditions have valuable lessons to address climate change. Participants will explore living system attributes and participate in an embodied exercise for use in the classroom.

Level: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Subject: Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Earth & Space Science, Engineering, General Science, Informal Science Education, Life Science, Physical

Science, Physics, Preservice Science Education, STEM

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