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Journeys Through America is a nonprofit organization providing educational material for all school-aged children across the country. The program will form partnerships with local school districts to provide children with a new, interactive, educational experience integrating the history of America and its National Parks. Journeys Through America's goal is to foster a fun and adventurous learning environment that will promote altruistic growth within our children and our greater community.

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Great Smoky Mountain National Park

By Jul 16th 2010 No Comments »

Hey All, I realize it’s been a few days since our last post, so we have a lot to catch up on.  After leaving Mammoth Cave, we headed back down south to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.  Our late night arrival landed us in Pigeon Forge, TN, a very eclectic town with a lot […]

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Mammoth Cave National Park

By Jul 12th 2010 1 Comment »

We left Nashville Sunday morning and headed to Mammoth Cave National Park in South Central Kentucky.  Mammoth Cave is the world’s largest underground cave with more than 367 miles explored.  We arrived at the park around 12:30pm and were immediately overwhelmed by the swarms of people and cars trying to find parking at the visitor […]

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1 very packed car and 2 adventurous women

By Jun 28th 2010 5 Comments »

On the 28th of June, this hot, hazy, humid 93 degrees day in Boston, JTA is off.  Months in the working consisting of long nights of planning (packing) and dreaming we are finally here.  Setting aside all nerves, I’m taking one step in a new direction of growth and discovery.  We are off to Acadia […]

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Preserving our Starry Skies…

By May 10th 2010 No Comments »

Did you know… …that being able to see an unobstructed view of our stars in the night sky is quickly becoming a thing of the past? The Vegas strip alone casts a light dome that reaches several hundred miles away, and the eastern seaboard? That’s lit up ‘like a christmas tree.’ Our National Parks are […]

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