Our youth trips integrate sail and liveaboard training with daily activities connected to climate change. Participants research their own projects, learn and observe scientific phenomena connected to Lake Superior, study plants, animals, and water, practice letter-writing to their local media and elected officials, set goals for themselves, analyze their own carbon use, and participate in many discussions about climate awareness, culture, and peer empowerment.
Dates: June 24-July3
Cost: $1500, with a sliding scale
place: Arrives and departs from the North House Folk School in Grand Marais, Minnesota.
To hear what the previous participants have to say, click the button to read their thoughts!
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Sea Change Mission: to advance the discussion of climate change on Lake Superior and its coastal communities, to inspire people to take the next step for the planet, and to create climate heroes.