Interpretative programming seeks to educate all ages in topics relating to nature, ecology and sustainable farming through classes, hikes, walks, rides, crafts, etc. It creates an important link between people and our natural resources.
Amber Good is the Director of Education at Teter Retreat & Farm. She is an Interpretive Naturalist and holds a current Advanced Indiana Master Naturalist certificate and is a Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) through the National Association for Interpretation.
She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University School of Ag in Wildlife Science with a minor in Environmental Science. She worked as an Interpretive Naturalist at the Upper Wabash Reservoirs, which is part of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) from June 1993 – October 1997.
Amber is about to graduate with dual Master of Divinity and Master of Theological Studies degrees and has been recommended as a United Methodist Church Provisional Elder.
View a list of the interpretative programs being offered at Teter Retreat & Farm at TeterOrganicFarm.com/events with new programs being added all the time. Check back often!