Citizen Science with PBS KIDS

The cold weather is leaving us, and our famous heat is returning. This month brings Women's History Month, St. Patrick's Day, and of course the first day of spring!



Looking forward to Ecocitizen Day on April 27th! A celebration of the beautiful North Florida Ecosystem that will take place next to the Capital Cascades Trail Park (the FAMU Way playground). There will be kids activities, food, and entertainment there. From there, you can take a short walk to Lake Elberta, or board a shuttle to the Munson Sandhills region of the Apalachicola National Forest or to San Luis Park to explore nature! More information can be found on our WFSU Ecology Blog.


There will be a free EcoCitizen Boot Camp on March 28th, from 4:30-6pm in the Aquilina Howell Building. Join WFSU, Coastal Plains Institute, and Florida Fish & Wildlife Staff to learn how you and your students can turn a phone or tablet into an incredible learning tool. Specifically with SciStarter: a web tool designed to help you find the perfect citizen science project for your classroom. Dinner will be provided as well as In-Service hours.

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