With breaching humpback whales, towering spruce tree forests, and dazzling icebergs, our 50th state is a haven of learning for kids and teens. “Young people are naturally curious, and coming to Southeast Alaska allows that curiosity to fully bloom,” says Kimberly Baldwin, a naturalist and certified field educator for our hands-on, interactive National Geographic Global Explorers program. In this episode of Expedition Spotlight, learn how Baldwin uses the region’s natural landscape and engaging activities to inspire young people to protect the planet.