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Lundie Spence, a North Carolina Sea Grant marine education specialist, will lead a team of instructors and students from the Triangle area to the International Teachers Rain Forest Workshop in Iquitos, Peru. Spence will lead a workshop on tropical soils.
Lundie Spence, a North Carolina Sea Grant education specialist, has been named a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Environmental Hero for 2000. The program recognizes heroes for their tireless efforts in preserving and protecting the country's environment. Spence has been with the Sea Grant program twenty-two years. Among her environmental efforts is Big Sweep in North Carolina, a volunteer effort started in 1987 to clean trash from beaches and waterways. The program is now in all 100 North Carolina counties.
As UNC Sea Grant's marine education specialist, Lundie Spence travels the state peddling marine education and an intoxicating enthusiasm for the marine environment.
Lundie Spence is the organizer of a cooperative learning environment in Puerto Rico between North Carolina teachers and Puerto Rican teachers. She is described as being a loving and caring person who just has a way with interacting with people.
Lundie Spence and Walter Clark regularly take NC State students to Bear Island as part of a field study. The students share their experience and what they have learned from the trip to Bear Island.