Title: Journaling Mountains: Perspectives from the 2012 Banff Field Trip

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As the University of Alberta prepares to host Thinking Mountains 2012, we share a few recent mountain journals from Banff.

From Oct.12-14, 2012, graduate students and faculty from across Canada participated in anenvironmental history field trip to Banff National Park. Three participants wrote about their experience in the park, and shared those recollections on The Otter:

For more information on the Banff Field Trip contact Dr. Liza Piper (epiper@ualberta.ca)

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I am an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair at the University of Prince Edward Island where I teach in the Applied Communication, Leadership & Culture Program in the Faculty of Arts. My research focuses on the history of biomass energy and agriculture. From 2012-2014 I was the NiCHE project coordinator, and I served on the NiCHE editorial board until 2018.

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