Marty Schnure

Two Young Explorers Create First Map of the Future Patagonia National Park

Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are National Geographic Young Explorers recently back from the field. They’re currently producing maps of the future Patagonia National Park from their office in San Francisco. To learn more about their project, visit Maps for Good. ——- The past nine months have been a journey of energy, frustration, sweat, cold, wind,…

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Patagonia Chilena Sin Represas // Chilean Patagonia Without Dams

Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are National Geographic Young Explorers recently back from the field. They’re currently producing maps of the future Patagonia National Park from their office in San Francisco. To learn more about their project, visit Maps for Good. ——- While we were in Chile mapping the future Patagonia National Park, we created…

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Patagonia Chilena Sin Represas // Chilean Patagonia Without Dams

Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are National Geographic Young Explorers recently back from the field. They’re currently producing maps of the future Patagonia National Park from their office in San Francisco. To learn more about their project, visit Maps for Good. ——- While we were in Chile mapping the future Patagonia National Park, we created…

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