List of Events
4th grade students explore the local creatures that share the peninsula with us in this program presented by Volunteers for Wildlife.
This more sophisticated program, created and presented by Grassroots Environmental Education, enables 5th grade students to explore the origins of their drinking water more deeply. Grassroots’ staff teach students basic hydrogeology and the process by which pollutants can contaminate water supplies. Also discussed are the steps individuals, families and communities can take to reduce water use.
A field trip to Baxter Pond, presented by Alley Pond Environmental Center, helps students become active environmentalists, learning about the pond’s ecosystem. Students see firsthand why they need to be so diligent with recycling and minimizing toxins in our waters.
Learn how small steps and small voices can make big change. What is your part in addressing climate change?