Cheryl Young is a geoscientist with expertise in curriculum development and alignment to Next Generation Science Standards. In her current position at Heritage University (HSI), she provides professional development to STEM in-service and pre-service teachers in high-needs, rural school districts of south central WA state. Cheryl's geoscience research areas are microbiology of the terrestrial subsurface, sandstone diagenesis, and the petrophysical properties of porous media.
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Food as the Foundation for Healthy Communities part of Food as the Foundation for Healthy Communities
The movement toward sustainable communities has brought into focus the centrality of food in our everyday lives and its myriad social, economic, and environmental connections. The purpose of this module, Food as ...
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