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Wilderness medical training planned

Cliff Stockton is conducting a week-long training course focusing on managing injuries and illness in the wilderness.  Community Connections is bringing Stockton to POW for the training.  He speaks about the training program and wilderness therapy.  WildernessTherapy

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Free class addresses chronic disease

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