Local non-profit LandPath's "Inspired Forward" offers the chance for local teens and young adults to develop leadership and team-building skills, while cultivating self-confidence and a connection with the land and the natural world. In January, that program enabled a biology class from Elsie Allen High School to take their learning outdoors, to the Sonoma County coast, which is both engaging and relevant. This was the first time that 10th grade biology students participated in an Inspired Forward field trip.
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