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    Kids and Creeks Classroom Photos

    In Spring 2011, Kids & Creeks extended the Clean Creeks in the Classroom Program, in collaboration with the SWM EOP and Neighborhood 鸿运福彩app下载安装 for the City of Chico. The urban watershed program was adapted to 6th grade education standards and students participated in service learning through restoration of an urban greenway site at 9th Street and Hazel. Chico Country Day School students learned about the effects of erosion on waterways and planted native plants at the restoration site.

    • Students participate in restoration of an urban greenway site at 9th Street and Hazel.
    • Students participate in restoration of an urban greenway site at 9th Street and Hazel.

    More Clean Creeks in the Classroom photos from Spring 2011.

    • Fish & Game Biologists work with 5th grade students to conduct aquatic insect surveys to determine the health of Big Chico Creek. 5-Mile Recreation Area, Bidwell Park.
    • The instructor for the Mechoopda station collaborates with Kids & Creeks. Ali Knight, Mechoopda Tribal Council Officer, teaches the students about the riparian zone and the Mechoopda Tribe's historical connection to the natural resources.

    Other Classroom Photos

    • Students and their watersheds
    • Third grade classroom
    • Busy class
    • More learning
    • Learning about watersheds
    • Making dioramas
    • More dioramas
    • Student dioramas
    • Watershed dioramas
    • A watershed model demo
    • Solving pollution
    • Rain drop story
    • Waterdrop found
    • The stewardship cheer
    • Making a watershed
    • A watershed emerges
    • Classroom brainstorming
    • Chico science fair