Telling the story about the geological and ecological decline of America's WETLAND is a challenging undertaking. Understanding and explaining how it may be restored is equally difficult.
Being able to share with clarity the America's WETLAND story is the most important role of any tour guide.
The America's WETLAND Tour Guide Certification Program is designed to help professionals and amateurs alike sharpen their skills in communicating this complex story with citizens from all walks of life and regions of the world.
Click on the America's WETLAND Tour Guide Story Outline for general guidelines that will help you communicate this important message more consistently and effectively.
If you are interested in being certified as an America's WETLAND Tour Guide, you may attend a three hour training workshop.
Upcoming workshops will be listed here. For the time being, those interested should contact Loyola's Center for Environmental Communications at 504.865.3797 or firstname.lastname@example.org.