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InterpScan (Issue 29-2)

Publication Date: 
December 31, 2002
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In This Issue:

Aurora-seeking Japanese
Tips for working with Japanese guests in snowy Yellowknife.
Spear Throwing with School Classes
A popular ethnobiology program about First Nations and their past links to the ecosystem.
Innovation is Not for Sissies
How to overcome barriers to innovation, with examples from aquariums, museums and interpretive settings.
Selkirk First Nation
The Yukon’s best outdoor attraction features a very successful interpretive program.