Dawna Blackstone of Shirley, Maine has been named the new Piscataquis Education Programs Coordinator for the AMC’s Maine Woods Community Youth and Environment Project.
The project is part of AMC’s broader Maine Woods Initiative, a conservation effort focused on the 100-Mile Wilderness region that includes support for new recreational opportunities, community partnerships, sustainable forestry, and land conservation.
Blackstone recently began her work with area teachers and youth service providers and is focused on creating outdoor learning opportunities that complement classroom curricula and help youngsters make a deeper connection with the natural world.
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