Monthly Archives: February 2014

Look, Don’t Touch: The Problem With Enviromental Education

Look, Don’t Touch The problem with environmental education by David Sobel Published in the July/August 2012 issue of Orion magazine http://www.orionmagazine.org/index.php/articles/article/6929 THE KIDS HAVE BEEN UP since seven-thirty playing computer games and watching cartoons. What a travesty for them to … Continue reading

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Interactive Activities For Teaching About Drought

(hold on a minute while I get a drink of water…I feel thirsty just thinking about this subject!) Helping our students understand drought, the tough decisions that must be made, and perhaps most importantly, what WE can all do to … Continue reading

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Trout Season Benchmarks

Trout Season Benchmarks We’ve had our Trout in the Classroom teacher training. We’ve explored the excellent material we received from the enthusiastic presenters. Now we’re flowing downstream toward our trout release site.   Lynn Kaashoek’s  Kindergarten at John Baldwin has … Continue reading

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Things Are Looking A Bit Dry For Steelhead

The excitement of waiting for fish eggs in the classroom is dampened a bit (pun intended) this year for teachers hatching steelhead from Warm Springs Hatchery (WSH) . Due to drought conditions in California, steelhead eggs from WSH MAY not … Continue reading

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