The July Accretionary Wedge is up

Volcanista is hosting the July Accretionary Wedge at her Magmalicious Blog. It's all about how people became interested in geology. There are some great stories - check it out!

The next Accretionary Wedge will be in August, hosted at Dino Jim's Musings, about unusual teaching methods, tools, or ideas.

We're looking for hosts for September and the fall. If you're interested, leave a comment on this post.

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