|A chance to reconnect with old friends., or make new ones.|
Saturday, September 16, 2017
A privilege to work with Kindergarten students who took some sand, pebbles, shells and water turned them into...sensory experiences, experiments in floating and absorption, beautiful arrangements and...
First grade farmers looked for tools, colors, and used their senses to fill out a scavenger hunt sheet. They were then asked to name what surprised them the most. And the answers are:
"Two apples growing together."
"Basil. These leaves are [so] good."
"The big yellow flowers."
"A pumpkin. Or is it a squash?"
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
|Students connect the trash filled water and recent storm.|
Our portion of the hoped for 1 billion oysters is quite small...around 45 of them. But they are paving the way for more. Our data will be used to determine if our site is a good one to re-establish these water filtering, reef habitat building, flood preventing species. So we were told by John and Ella, two BOP associates.
|They need eco-sausages around here to absorb the stormwater.|
|Ella and John explaining BOP project.|
|John opening oyster cage. Ella was there too.|
|Ella being documented documenting fish found in cage.|
The fish we found was a blackfish: (Tautoga onitis)
|Counting and measuring oysters.|
|Looks like we didn't lose any oysters and each string gained mass.|
|Robert, BNS dad, and scientist helped kids measure water quality|
After measuring kids sieved the water surrounding the cage.
We found anemones, barnacles, newly forming mussels, and amphipods.
|Found evidence of oysters spawning. |
Excited to be "oyster uncles."