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Teaching Unit: The Intermountain West

With support from the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, Boise teacher Liz Caughlin attended ASEH's 2008 conference and worked in coordination with the ASEH Education Committee to develop a teaching unit that explores the historical interaction between people and nature in the Intermountain West. Caughlin will implement this unit in early 2009 and plans to share her results and student projects with ASEH at that time.

The Intermountain West: An Environmental History of its People, Places, History and Cultures

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