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STEM Ed Announcement: Woolly Bully Field Science Intro.-August 20th
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- Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Woolly Bully Field Science Intro.-August 20th
- From: "Mort Sternheim" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2015 12:26:52 -0400
This is not a UMass program
Contact information is below.
GET YOUR STUDENTS OUTSIDE COLLECTING VALUABLE DATA FOR A STUDY ABOUT A
MASSACHUSETTS FOUNDATION TREE SPECIES
A one-day intro. Session at an internationally renowned Ecological
Research Center in Central Mass. is all you need to get started:
REAL SCIENCE- aligned with Mass. Science Frameworks and NGSS-detailed
links available on our website.
REAL SCIENTISTS-led by professional Ecologist, Dr. David Orwig
REAL ISSUES-The fate of of the trees in Mass.-Hemlock trees which make
up of our current forests are under threat of an invasive insect.
Students will observe hemlock trees in walking distance of their
schools and record and submit data to Harvard Forest in an effort to
track the spread or decline of this invasive insect, the Hemlock Woolly
Adelgid and the resulting impact on our forest make-up.
When: Thurs. Aug. 20th from 9am-3pm
Where: Harvard Forest, Petersham Mass. (central Mass. off of rte. 2)
Register: Flyer with more details and registration form are available
on our website at:
Schoolyard Eco Flyer and Registration
Contact Pamela Snow for more information:
Pamela M. Snow
Schoolyard Ecology Coordinator
324 N. Main St.
Petersham, MA 01366
(978) 756-6146 on M, W,F
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