Public Programs

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Site-Based Interpretation, Education, Training & Community History

Engage your audience. Janice develops public programs and field trip curriculum, local history projects and staff training from concept through implementation and evaluation.

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John Muir, reading, Martinez, Strentzel-Muir Ranch, agriculture, Early California agriculture
Field Trip Curriculum John Muir National Historic Site                                 
Sacramento Tree Foundation, LEAF program, urban forestry, training, volunteers, community education, outreach, urban forestry
Urban Forestry Volunteer Training Program Manager  Volunteers become urban forestry advocates.
Nature Detectives   Outdoor learning programs to help kids discover the outdoor world.


Oakland Museum, museum, interpretive writing, writing, exhibit, display, visitor, visitor experience,
Interpretive Writing ~ Oakland Museum of California                         
community, community history, stories, histories, family, families, heritage, legacies, sharing, workshops, house tallk, house,
Project Co-Leader – Sharing our personal and community stories
John Muir, history, agriculture, conservation, students, 3rd grade, 4th grade, lesson plans, National Park Service, curriculum, field trip, guide, agriculture, ranch, nature, nature detective, storytelling, story, wildlife, animals, games, forest, healthy forest, water, quotatations, quotes, earth, environment,
Modified field studies curriculum guide in book form







Native American, Chinook, Middle Village, Oregon, history, culture, story, interpretation, site, National Park Service, canoe, transportation,
Field trip curriculum for Lewis & Clark National Historical Park. Marker for Middle Village – home of the Chinook tribe that once lived at the mouth of the Columbia River.