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Arianna Loogman

Arianna Loogman

Peace River, AB
Mercer International

It’s great to be back!

June 24, 2020 5:22 pm Published by

What an amazing feeling it is to be able to be writing my first blog of the season for the second year in a row!  I am so happy to have been given the opportunity to share my experiences this summer once again.  

For this first blog I will be telling you a bit about myself, what I do at Mercer Peace River and giving an idea of the topics that I plan to be blogging about this summer.  


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Wildlife at Work

August 12, 2019 3:27 pm Published by

With the summer quickly coming to an end (less than a month and I will be back in the classroom), I’ve decided that it’s time to do a blog looking back at some of the wildlife that I’ve been fortunate enough to observe this summer. Anyone who lives in small town or rural Alberta surely gets to see some wild animals.


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Lessons Learned Camping

July 24, 2019 3:55 pm Published by

By Arianna Loogman, July 23rd, 2019

I can’t believe that it’s already time for another blog, but I’m super excited to share this one! Every summer student watches as their four months off school race by, the work week goes by fast and the weekends even faster. You think that you will have free time,


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The Land of Twelve Foot Davis

July 15, 2019 11:04 am Published by

For this blog I thought I’d share a bit about my hometown of Peace River, a beautiful northern community that depends on forestry to employ many people and support the local economy. If I do a really, really good job maybe you’ll pack your bags and move here, but my goal is just to put my town on your radar.


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Field Trips on the Leddy Lake Interpretive Trail

June 24, 2019 12:00 pm Published by

Hi again! For this blog, I’m going to talk a bit about one of my favorite roles at Mercer Peace River. Part of my job involves leading school field trips at Leddy Lake, and helping to maintain the Leddy Lake Interpretive Trail.

Elementary and junior high students from schools in the region come to the trail to learn about the boreal forest,


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