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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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The Institute of EcoTourism
September 2007
Created:  Saturday, October 6, 2007
Updated:  Monday, December 17, 2007

48 Fourth Grade Students attended IET this Fall.
Four stations were created for them to explore and enjoy:

1: Desert Critters (from snake skins, tortoise, tarantula and snakes) with local Sedona Jeep Tour Guides

2: Water Station

(where does it come from and where does it go)

with IET Ambassador and Inner Journeys Guide, Kurt Racynski


(how big is yours?)

DVD at the Sinagua Theatre

4: Wild Bird Habitat (featuring Los Abrigados Resort 'Mia's Place' with wild bird kiosk) along Oak Creek with IET Ambassador, Nate Hanson

 Creekside at 'Mia's Place'
Wild Bird Habitat

Hart Garden, Los Abrigados Resort, for lunch
and a shared Haiku Session,
before returning, on the Sedona Trolley, to class

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