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DISCOVERING WESTERN OREGON’S BRIDGES

History & Social Studies

In this diversified driving tour you will make your way to Portland, the Columbia Gorge, the Willamette Valley and along the Oregon Coast. You will discover more than 50 magnificent bridges. You will learn the history behind each bridge, and you will have the opportunity to travel over many bridges on foot.

Along the way, you’ll examine highway bridges, foot bridges, sky-bridges and covered bridges. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to bring this information to students, through hands-on classroom lessons, and innovative field trips.

 

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$25 fee for the Course Workbook is to be paid directly to the instructor after registration.

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