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Old 11-07-2009, 08:31 PM   #1
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Hands-on learning teaches about nature
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Hands-on learning teaches about nature - Tillsonburg News - Ontario, CA
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The program consists of 31 interactive stations that are linked to the Ontario curriculum. The stations are broken down into five themes: forest resources, invasive species, forest ecosystems and interactions, climate change, biodiversity and species at risk and stewardship and conservation.

Students had an up-close opportunity to see raptors, a badger and groundhog. They also learned about invasive species...
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When I was in grade school we did a class trip every year to ecology camp. I thought that pretty normal until I moved out of the mountains and learned what a subdivision is. Rude awakening.
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