Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail
More than 12,000 years ago, an immense flow of glacial ice sculpted a landscape of remarkable beauty across Wisconsin. As the glacier retreated, it left behind a variety of unique landscape features like tunnels, lakes and drumlins. Students at Wauwatosa West High School examined how The Ice Age Trail, a thousand-mile scenic footpath that allows visitors to explore this unique landscape, is being preserved by National Park Service volunteers.
Produced by Angelina Rueda, Theresa Toohill, Daniel Toohill, Nathaniel Schultz, and Eleanor Sear at Wauwatosa West High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator Christopher Lazarzki.
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