Delia Clark's work focuses on engaging citizens in their communities through place-based interpretation and education, community visioning and dialogue, and school/community partnerships. She is a frequent trainer, speaker, and facilitator in these areas throughout the United States and Central/Eastern Europe, for organizations that include US National Park Service, US Forest Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Shelburne Farms, and QLF/Atlantic Center for the Environment. Her wealth of experience in place-based education includes teaching masters level classes in Environmental Education and Interpretation at Antioch University, and contributing to multiple interpretive plans including the Denali National Park Education Plan. Delia is the co-author of Questing: A Guide to Creating Community Treasure Hunts published by University Press of New England; Community Vision to Action Forums: An Organizers Guide to Participatory Planning; and Learning to Make Choices for the Future: Connecting Public Lands, Schools and Communities Through Place-based Learning and Civic Engagement, which have collectively been translated into six languages. Delia is a principal in Confluence.