and the Anthropocene
Humans and the Environment in the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
A High School / Early College Educational Curriculum
Welcome to the Cultural Ecology of Eastern Pennsylvania!
Explore the fascinating cultural and ecological heritage of the Lehigh and Delaware valleys in eastern Pennsylvania. Our curriculum provides teachers and students with a comprehensive perspective on the patterns of landscape change that have shaped this region throughout history. By delving into the interconnectedness and cause-effect relationships between humans and the environment, we offer a unique insight into the rich tapestry of this area.
Our multi-disciplinary curriculum is designed to engage learners of all ages and spans an impressive 16,000 years of history. Starting with the arrival of the first humans in Pennsylvania and the subsequent development of Native American culture, we take you on a journey through time. Witness the transformative effects of European settlement, the profound impact of the 19th century Industrial Revolution, and the emergence of 20th-century industry.
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Prepare for a fascinating journey through time, an investigation of the world around you and the interconnections between you and other living organisms. The lessons in this curriculum will help you and your students learn how personal and collective decisions and actions can affect the environment and its ability to support life. Cultural Ecology of Eastern Pennsylvania follows the decisions of many individuals and groups over a span of 16,000 years.
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