Explore insights about the field of natural and heritage interpretation shared by professionals from across Canada.
Are you interested in writing for us? We would love to hear from you. Articles about interpretation skills, program case studies, resource reviews, and research about best practices are all ideal. We have a diverse membership and prefer topics that are relevant for interpreters in many settings. To suggest an idea for an article, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our writers' guidelines can be found here.
Blog articles should be 500 to 1,000 words in length. They should be written in an interpretive style, with a focus on clarity and accessible language. Articles should include at least one photo—the writer must have permission to share the image, and include credit details. We encourage you to include links to further readings and resources.
Please also share a short biography (25-50 words), including contact information for readers to contact you for more information. Feel free to include links to your organization or business website here.
We publish articles at our discretion, and reserve the right to edit content for clarity, accuracy, length, or style. By submitting an article, writers demonstrate that they agree with this statement.
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