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Welcome to the 2018 AFCOST Symposium. Below you will find the schedule and registration.
The Symposium will be held at Lesley University Brattle Campus.
 Washburn and Sherrill Halls on Lesley’s Brattle Campus (off of Garden Street)

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Friday, November 9 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Animals Are Cool: Hands-on Art + Place-based Environmental Education FULL

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You’ll start by making art related to local species of wildlife in Cambridge. We’ll  reflect on what we did, watch a very short film about local animals, and finish with a brainstorming session that will enable you to move forward with using arts-based environmental education in your own program.

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Julie Croston

Founder & Coordinator, Cambridge Wildlife Arts
Julie Croston is a Cambridge parent,  outdoor learning advocate, and former leader of the Tobin Friends of Fresh Pond club for Tobin Community School. In 2012 she started Art & Science in One, a nature journaling program for fourth- and fifth-graders, which earned an environmental... Read More →
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Jean Rogers

Chief Ranger, Fresh Pond Reservation
Chief Ranger Jean Rogers has worked at Fresh Pond over the last 25 years acting as the protector and connector of the wild (animals, insects, birds and plants) and not so wild (humans, their children and their pets).  She works to develop awareness and appreciation of the living... Read More →