The Importance of Sustainable Animal Education: A Study in Participation in Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Desert Tortoise Program
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AbstractThe Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (ASDM) has a Tortoise Adoption Program to help rehome the surplus of desert tortoises to Sonora Desert locals. Also, it has been proven that there are many benefits to early childhood learning and adopting practices at a young age. There could be many benefits to integrating a younger population into the Tortoise Adoption Program (TAP) at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project