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***CANCELED*** 4th - 12th Grade: Aquatic Resources: Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

Add to Your Calendar: 05/05/2020 10:00 05/05/2020 12:00 America/New_York ***CANCELED*** 4th - 12th Grade: Aquatic Resources: Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

Date: Tuesday, May 5th
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Cost:  $7.50
Ages: 4th - 12th Grade
Sign up: Via HAHA calendar
Contact: Aimee Jones, aimeejonesin@yahoo.com or (910) 540-5353.

With the Wisconisco Creek running through the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Arts property, it is the perfect place to teach students about aquatic resources. Students will learn about watersheds, point source, and non-point source pollution through the Center's Enviroscape. Students will learn about macroinvertabrates, fish, and water quality through a stream study. Students will learn about organism identification, water quality influencers, and impacts of pollution. The Wisconisco Creek provides a wonderful example of a water body overcoming effects of Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) and providing a home to a variety of aquatic organisms.

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Ned Smith Center, Millersburg Harrisburg Area Homeschoolers Association jessicarolf@hotmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY aUinrLWZczwYavqgBmQP30959

Date – Time

May 5, 2020 – 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location

Ned Smith Center, Millersburg
176 Water Company Road
Millersburg, PA 17061 US

Additional Information

Date: Tuesday, May 5th
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Cost:  $7.50
Ages: 4th - 12th Grade
Sign up: Via HAHA calendar
Contact: Aimee Jones, aimeejonesin@yahoo.com or (910) 540-5353.

With the Wisconisco Creek running through the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Arts property, it is the perfect place to teach students about aquatic resources. Students will learn about watersheds, point source, and non-point source pollution through the Center's Enviroscape. Students will learn about macroinvertabrates, fish, and water quality through a stream study. Students will learn about organism identification, water quality influencers, and impacts of pollution. The Wisconisco Creek provides a wonderful example of a water body overcoming effects of Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) and providing a home to a variety of aquatic organisms.