Interpreting “Green” To Retreat Guests

Recently, I became a volunteer for the National Park Service (NPS). As part of my training, I was introduced to the concept of interpretation. In NPS language, the task of interpreting is to introduce a visitor to the natural or historical resources at a park. The interpreter then acts as a conduit between those resources and what is valuable and meaningful to the visitor. This concept can be helpful to camp professionals who are inviting guests to participate in “green” …


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