On March 25 and April 1, the third annual River Ranger environmental education program was held. A total of 56 youths registered to participate in this unique experiential learning opportunity. Continue reading Learning about River Ecosystems
One of the most recent programs I led with WAPA’s Chief of Maintenance Theo Chargualaf was titled “Åmot yan Nengkanno’,” a Chamorro phrase meaning “medicine and food.” Continue reading Active Trails: Åmot yan Nengkanno’
The Art in the Park program started in 2014 and has been a success from the beginning. Pacific Historic Parks (PHP) provided funding to continue this program for fiscal year 2016-2017. Funding from the National Park Service augmented the budget enabling us to further enhance the program. Continue reading 2017 Art in the Park Programs
One of the most recent service-learning events I led was titled Project of Preservation. High school student volunteers assisted in cleaning and maintaining historical artifacts owned by the park. Students worked alongside park rangers to learn about and how to care for historical objects. Continue reading Project of Preservation
We couldn’t do it without our volunteers. Continue reading Mahalo!
Pacific Historic Parks and the National Park Service recently won the People’s Choice Award at the first annual UnderWater World Tasi Conservation Expo, held Oct. 1. Continue reading Guam Program Wins People’s Choice Award
Photos from educational summer activities at War in the Pacific National Monument, American Memorial Park and WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Continue reading Summer at the Park
Tired and hungry were the words Irene Perez Ploke Sgambelluri used to describe how she felt every day during the war. She was only 10 years old at the onset of the war and, instantly, her life was forever changed. Continue reading Oral History: Irene Perez Ploke Sgambelluri