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Interpretative Training for Sanctuary Villagers

July 18, 2013

The National Park of American Samoa facilitated an interpretative training for The National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa and its village sanctuary units. This training would enable them to provide meaningful interpretation and connection of the resources they protect whenever engaging with their communities and tourists. The interpretative training included an in-class discussion and a field trip to the national park to tie everything in.

A big FA’AFETAI to the staff of the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa for hosting this event and inviting us as resources speakers.

Chief Michael Larson conducts the training about "interpretation."

Chief Michael Larson conducts the training about “interpretation.”

Interpretative talk at Afono Pass, inside the national park village in Afono.

Interpretative talk at Afono Pass, inside the national park village in Afono.

Synergy of both agencies for one common goal.

Synergy of both agencies for one common goal.

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