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GLISTEN Clusters include 4-year and one 2-year higher education institutions, community-based organizations, local governments and others as collaborators working to achieve goals for water quality, clean air, conservation, and other environmental improvement. Each cluster also includes representatives from at least one informal science education venue, such as a science museum, nature center or state or national park. Through which Cluster outcomes are shared with the general public.
GLISTEN faculty, staff, students, and community partner representatives
meet in August 2011 to plan the future of GLISTEN.