Our History | Our Goals | Our Staff | Who is Arthur Carhart?
Steve Archibald is the Education & Outreach Specialist at the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center. Steve has been a classroom teacher, place-based outdoor educator, and workshop facilitator for over 20 years. He has taught a wide range of grades in a variety of locations. While on the faculty of Teton Science School in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Steve wrote the Journeys place-based education guide. Steve currently operates an educational consulting business working with the University of Montana, Forest Service, Bitterroot RC&D, the Carhart Center, the Farrington Foundation and others. He leads teacher workshops on the topic of place-based education and writes place-based and natural history curriculum for various government and non-profit organizations.