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Masters Field Project
Master of Education (MEd)
Myers, Gene (O. Gene)
Walker, Wendy, 1950-
As lead researcher and developer of the Interpretation Plan for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, this document will detail the background, research, and process involved to develop such a plan for the US Forest Service. I will first conceptualize Interpretation as a profession and its relation to and with Environmental Education with supporting research to help give context to the next section: an introduction to my project. After introducing the Interpretation Plan, I will detail my work and process to develop the Foundational Information, or the core of the Plan. Finally, I will conclude with my challenges, learnings, and lessons from this project. In addition, there will be an appendix that includes the actual Interpretation Plan for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail.
Western Washington University
Subject – LCSH
Natural areas--Interpretive programs; Environmental education--Pacific Northwest Trail
Pacific Northwest Trail
Copying of this document in whole or in part is allowable only for scholarly purposes. It is understood, however, that any copying or publication of this thesis for commercial purposes, or for financial gain, shall not be allowed without the author's written permission.
Matsumoto, Rosalie, "Environmental Interpretation Plan for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail" (2018). WWU Graduate School Collection. 651.