Theme: Habitats and Species Overview
Ten immersive lessons ranging from water and climate to habitats and species.
Students gain first-hand experience studying the rainbow trout life cycle through Trout in the Classroom.
This program culminates with the Lopez Lake trout release field trip and other hands-on activities.
Water Moving in a Watershed
Recycling can be very confusing–even for adults. This is because what can and cannot be recycled depends on where you live and where your recycling is processed. Recycling rules also change frequently as technology and local laws change. In this lesson, students will build on the knowledge about litter that they gained during their field trip. They will learn how long different types of litter can last in the environment and discuss some of the consequences of leaving litter in habitats.
Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust & San Luis Coastal Unified School District Partnerships
“We appreciate the Miossi Charitable Trust and Creek Lands Conservation for helping San Luis Coastal Unified School District to engage students in outdoor nature experiences” -Kimberly McGrath, Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services at (SLCUSD)
“This opportunity to support SLCUSD at a level that can engage every student in learning to love and protect Central Coast ecology is in keeping with the legacy Harold J. Miossi wanted to leave” -Howard Carroll, Trustee of the Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust
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