Lunch & Learn Series: Wonders of the National Parks Continues Through June 29th

 

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Discover awe-inspiring natural landscapes and explore the geological histories and mysteries of our national parks with National Geographic.

From Yellowstone’s bubbling, steaming landscape to the great slabs of granite along Acadia’s shores, our national parks contribute their own chapter to the story of Earth.

Our national parks offer profound lessons for anyone who loves history, geology, and nature. This course provides in-depth insights, intriguing perspectives, and riveting little-known facts about these treasured places that you won’t find simply by driving through them. And the next time you do drive or hike through a national park, you’ll have a deeper appreciation for the forces—geological, historical, and otherwise—that shaped it.

Bring a sack lunch and join us in the Great Plains Room for this Great Courses video series.

Discover awe-inspiring natural landscapes and explore the geological histories and mysteries of our national parks with National Geographic.

Join us for this Great Courses video series. You are welcome to bring a sack lunch.

6/1                 Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Arches & Zion, Gunnison’s Black Canyon, Capitol Reef

6/8                 Mesa Verde and Ancient Settlements & The Colorado Rocky Mountains

6/15               Montana’s Glacier and the Canadian Rockies & Big Bend on the Rio Grande and Saguaro

6/22               Mammoth Cave, Wind Cave, Carlsbad Caverns & The Everglades and the Congaree Bottomland

6/29               Voyageurs, Isle Royale, the Canadian Shield & Assembling North America, Park by Park

 

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