Appeared July 13, 2012
Published by ABC News, Australia
Teachers from the United States are in the country learning about marine conservation. Though they’ve been teaching from text books about the Great Barrier Reef for years, diving on the reef left some of them breathless. It’s a testament to the theory that experience is truly the best teacher.
Appeared July 9, 2012
Published in the Lufkin News: Local & State
Lufkin Middle School teacher Jennifer Stover is working on her master’s degree. During the fall and spring semesters, she takes online classes after spending her days teaching sixth-grade science. But during the summer, Stover spends time in a different type of classroom.
“It’s incredible, it’s unreal and helps to light a fire under us so that we can bring this stuff back to our own homes and begin to grow community-based initiatives that focus on the three pillars of the program — community-based conservation, environmental stewardship and global understanding.”
Appeared Winter 2012
Published in the Audubon Miami Valley Newsletter, Extra Edition
Although I was born and raised in landlocked Hamilton [Ohio], I have always loved the ocean. At age 16, I was finally able to coerce my parents into letting me obtain my open water scuba certification.
My dream was to dive the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.
Joey Flowers diving the Yongalla
Appeared March 21, 2012
Published in the Eastern Hills Journal
Cynthia Kelly endured 110 degree temperatures, numerous bug bites and plowing through thick jungle undergrowth. And she’d do it again in a second.
Cindy Kelly and David Western