Monday, May 3, 2010
“Arizona Closing 10 state parks” from backcountry.com, tells of the state of Arizona shutting down 10 state parks, this is important because the state is losing natural habitat that is becoming rare. In education students are often taught the importance of respecting and cherishing the planet, especially recently due to the popular belief in global climate change. One of the main lesions taught is to keep as much land natural as possible, and state parks can be great way to preserve land and teach people to respect the land. However, the state of Arizona is closing ten sate parks due to budget cuts, this is bogus because if people are teaching this lesson, they need to follow through. This can also relate to the individual that might use the land often for recreation, and it especially relates to the world because if the parks are plowed over then they will never be the same.