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HighWaterLine Learning Project

For a long time I have wanted to share the power of the HWL project – the experience from researching local climate change, the experience of being out on the street and having real conversations with your own neighbors. I wanted it to be available around the world. Now I am working with Patricia Watts from ecoartspace to finally make that a reality. We are raising a small amount of funds to cover the development, writing and publishing costs. We will then make the guide available as a free download for anyone who wants to use it for teaching.

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