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Appalachian Teaching Project

Center of Appalachian Studies & Services

Appalachian State University


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2017 ATP students will partner with the New River Conservancy and the New River State Park (NRSP) to prioritize projects by providing deeper knowledge in three areas:  understanding the extent of land subdivision along the New River, assessing the need for restorative work along riverbanks, and determining public interest in recreational tourism development.

Students will survey the number and state of undeveloped lots along the river.  They will canoe along approximately 10 miles of the New River with GPS and cameras to create a geo-locatable database of riparian health conditions along the riverbanks, and will survey the general public at high-traffic recreational areas in the NRSP to assess public interest in conservation and development.  This data will provide useful information to assist the community partners in project planning and prioritization.

 

 

 

Contact Information:

William R. Schumann, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Appalachian Studies 
Appalachian State University 
ASU Box 32018 
Boone, NC 28608 
Telephone: (828) 262-4089 

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Previous Conference Participation:
2016   2015     2014     2013     2012     2011     2010     2009


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CURRENT PARTICIPANTS

Alfred State

Appalachian State University

Auburn University

East Tennessee State University

Fairmont State University

Frostburg State University

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Radford University

Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College

University of North Georgia

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

University of Tennessee

Zane State College


PAST PARTICIPANTS

Emory and Henry College

Mississippi State University

Mississippi University for Women

Morehead State University

Northeast Alabama Community College

Ohio University

Shawnee State University

Virginia Tech



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