Parks Climate Challenge closing presentations

Parks Climate Challenge
On August 30th the Parks Climate Challenge team gave their final presentations at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park in Seattle. They split into three groups that spoke about what they did, what they learned and what’s next. It was an amazing evening of sharing stories and knowledge from their month-long experience in the North Cascades, and looking forward to what’s ahead – from their upcoming trip to DC, to service projects in their home communities and beyond. For friends and family that couldn’t join us, the students recorded their presentations for you to listen to below.

What we did (14:37) Audry, Ying Yu, Meghan, Colin, Heather, and Yvonne
[audio:|titles=PCC – What we did]
What we learned (11:07) Araceli, Jane, Steven, Sarah, Laura and Jordan
[audio:|titles=PCC – What we learned]
What’s next (10:37) Grady, Hannah, Danny, Jenny, Donya and Sydney
[audio:|titles=PCC – What’s next]
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead


  1. Meghann Willard

    These students were amazing… I only wish I got to spend more time talking with them during their stay at the learning center. Everyone should definitely check out the video about their experience that it posted at

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