SEASHORE: National Park Service Ranger John Eleby explained to West Marin middle school students how to tie some knots and set up an anchor system for use in rescue operations last week at the Clem Miller Education Center. The four-day field trip was part of the Seashore Youth Ambassadors Project.  David Briggs

During a three-day field trip last week for West Marin School’s middle schoolers, seashore ranger John Eleby taught 41 students how to drive stakes into the ground and later asked what they should bring on long hikes. (“Chocolate!” one kid cried out.) The lesson in the great outdoors was funded by a National Park Foundation grant to . . .

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