Why non-motorized areas are important for data collecting and how SnowSchool provides real time data for NASA research through SnowEx

I didn’t realize how much weight I was bearing — how much baseline discomfort; how much sadness, stress and loneliness — until I acknowledged it, and then slowly began to let it go.

The educators, snow scientists, education centers, snowshoe makers, and students: the people of the National SnowSchool Network.

Based on our 2019-20 survey of SnowSchool sites, we engaged more than 32,500 participants across 70 active sites.

Winter is a powerful learning environment. Snow is magic. As students hike into the forest on snowshoes, there are plenty of teachable moments when the natural world presents something exquisite.