Monthly Archives: September 2005

Dipping Into Creeks
An Educator’s Guide and Kit
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by Beth Etgen, Urban Creeks Council Vice President, Education With flowing water, wooded banks, and a variety of wildlife, local creeks are an ideal resource for learning through experiential environment-based education. Research and classroom-based studies show that students learn better, … Continue reading

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An Educator’s Guide and Kit

Creek Plants: Buckeye
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by Bruce Swinehart One of the most obvious changes that is evident in fall is the transition many plants make. To me, the drying of the grasses to a golden brown in late summer transforms the rather monotonous contours of … Continue reading

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Reaching Out to the Community
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Mira Loma High School Students Introducethe Outreach Portions of the Arcade Creek Project by Lisa Kelly, Senior Manager of Outreach The Arcade Creek Project began as a result of the International Baccalaureate Program coming to Mira Loma High School. The … Continue reading

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