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Monday, August 31, 2009

Introduction; Marleane Callaghan

Marleane Callaghan

Marleane Callaghan is a naturalist for the Wayzata and Orono School Districts in the western suburbs of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. Her passion is to educate and inspire children and adults to love nature and be confident and comfortable in the outdoors.

Kayaking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding and hiking are some of Marleane’s favorite pastimes. Marleane teaches survival skills to her students at her summer school program on Big Island which is on Lake Minnetonka. Fire building, making shelters, finding edible plants, making use of what is available all around is one of the favorite topics for her students.

Marleane joins us for our Points Unknown Women’s Winter Metro Adventures and will teach winter phenology and using a turtle shell, explain the legend of Native Americans about the thirteen cycles of the moon and the changing seasons. Learn what happens in your birthday moon!

Marleane will bring an assortment of art supplies for your creative side.

We are happy to welcome Marleane aboard!

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