Inspire your students and bring Great Lakes science into the classroom by attending the upcoming workshop “Protecting the Lake Michigan Watershed” on October 25 at Paul Revere Primary School, 2300 W. 123rd Place, Blue Island, IL.
Posted October 5th, 2012 in Uncategorized
Teachers will get hands-on experience with a special watershed model that demonstrates the interconnectedness of the landscape, learn how rain gardens help manage stormwater and help the environment, and a number of other important Great Lakes literacy principles that can bolster your science curriculum.
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