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    • Welcome!In Conflict & Crises2012 THV institute
    • Catskill ElementaryVisit to Cohotate Preserve 2003-04
    • Poughkeepsie Day School“The Hudson River Museum “ developed with the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, and Clearwater 2004
    • Dobbs Ferry students seining with theNYS Department of Environmental Conservation 2004
    • Bethlehem Middle SchoolStudents visited Montgomery Place, Olana State Historic Site, & the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College 2004-05
    • Haldane Elementary School, Cold SpringMural project with Scenic Hudson and Putnam History Museum 2005-06
    • Horizons on the Hudson Elementary School, Newburgh On the Sloop Clearwater 2005
    • Taconic Hills Schools, Columbia County Visit to Copake Iron Works, Taconic State Park 2006
    • Sophie Finn Elementary School, Kingston Painting a mural for fall 2006-07
    • Ellenville Middle SchoolSam’s Point Nature Preserve, 2007-08
    • Krieger Elementary School, PoughkeepsieColonial Celebration after visiting Phillipsburg & Van Cortlandt manors 2008
    • Green Meadow Elementary School, CastletonArchaeology project with Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center & Fort Crailo State Historic Site 2008
    • Beacon Elementary SchoolsJ.V. Forrestal, Sargent , South Avenue , and Glenham “I See Freedom” project with Mount Gulian Historic Site 2008-09
    • Randolph SchoolWappingers Falls
    • Fostertown Elementary School, Newburgh at Roosevelt-Vanderbilt NHS, 2011
    • Roundout Middle School students aboard John J. Harvey Tug boat, 2011
    • Dina Strasser’s keynote at 2011 institute
    • Photos of students were taken duringprojects and outings made possible inpart by Explore Awards from Teaching theHudson Valley.Thank you to teachers andphotographers who contributed photos!
    • Thanks to the following forcritical support of this year’s institute…
    • Master TeachersFranklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum and The New Deal Store Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historical Association
    • Teachers’ aides Central Hudson Barnabas McHenry and Chris Marchitello,Hudson Valley Greenway & National Heritage Area Field trip chaperones Hudson Highlands Land Trust Olana Partnership T.J. Cunningham, III R. Abel Garraghan Class Friends Historic Hyde Park Freeman (Ted) Putney
    • Teaching the Hudson Valley is a program of Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area www.HudsonRiverValley.com Hudson River Estuary Program, NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation http://ww.dec.ny.gov/education/26.htmlNational Park Service’s Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites www.nps.gov/hofr, www.nps.gov/elro, www.nps.gov/vama Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College www.HudsonRiverValley.net