Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 2 at 10 a.m. for a special, virtual Park Roots speaker series, featuring Parklands Education Director, Curtis Carman. Join us on Facebook Live as we take you along a trail in The Parklands and teach you the stories of our Kentucky landscape by examining changes in forest composition and structure. For those interested in enhancing their connection to The Parklands, there is no better way than by becoming intimately acquainted with its' forests and the fascinating stories they tell. Park Roots: Reading the Landscape program will be a three-part series on Facebook Live.
Park Roots: Reading the Landscape
Speaker - Curtis Carman, Parklands Education Director
NEW DATE: Thursday, July 2nd at 10 a.m. on Facebook Live
Tuesday, July 14th at 10 a.m. on Facebook Live
The Park Roots program is a speaker series exclusive to Parklands Members but, during these uncertain times, we are opening up the series to our digital followers, allowing supporters to safely enjoy our program while practicing social distancing.
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About Curtis Carman:
As Director of Education, Curtis Carman oversees The Parklands Outdoor Classroom, promoting STEAM-based education through engaging, hands-on learning both outdoors and inside the classroom. Each year, his team of Education Specialists, Interpretive Rangers and Camp Counselors guide nearly 20,000 participants of all ages through school field trips, camps, Parklands Explorer, Junior Explorer and Wednesday Wonders. Prior to his promotion to Education Director in May of 2018, Curtis first joined The Parklands team as an Interpretive Ranger and led the department as Education Coordinator for three years.
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