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Friday, June 30 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
Colorado Human History: The Mining Days (Field Trip) ALMOST FULL

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Keystone and Summit County was once known for its rich mining history. Come ready to learn about Colorado History and the mining days. This session will tour an old mine site while learning about the mining days of Summit County. We will then fast-forward to 2017 and learn about mine remediation tactics along with ideas for how you can infuse the Design Thinking Process into the generation of solutions for how we can clean-up old mine sites. The process presented will be student driven and can fit into any classroom whether you want to explore mine remediation or another environmental issue in your neighborhood.

Packing List:
full water bottle, sneakers, warm layer, rain/wind jacket, long pants are preferred, small backpack

NOTE - Pre-registration required (by selecting this session you are registered to participate)

Speaker
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David Miller

Director of Education and Program Sustainability, Keystone Science School
Dave graduated from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire with a Bachelor's degree in Recreation Small Business. After leaving New Hampshire he traveled the country leading wilderness expeditions and teaching environmental education. Wanting to settle down Dave moved to Ariz... Read More →


Friday June 30, 2017 10:00am - 1:00pm
Keystone Conference Center Main Lobby

Attendees (17)