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Written by Andrew Patel, Program Coordinator “These fish are so amazing! I think they are really beautiful.” said Landry, a student in Ms. McIntire’s class. “Are we going to get to hold the fish?” asked Yarelli. GreenLeaf Elementary School third
Written by Cayla Naranjo, Program Coordinator Pesticides have been linked to environmental and human health hazards for over 50 years, yet they are still used in homes and gardens throughout the United States. Marina Vista Elementary School fourth grade students
Written by Aislinn Sterling, Program Manager Did you know that saying, “No thank you!” to a plastic straw or packing your lunch in reusable containers could help protect a sea turtle? Third and fourth grade students from Searles Elementary School
Written by Joanna Hoffman, Program Manager “Usually I’m shy, but today my voice was strong!” third grade student Adrian from Berkeley Arts Magnet (BAM) Elementary School proudly exclaimed. BAM students in Berkeley took responsibility for the health of their watershed
“I think the creek covered in English Ivy looks less healthy because if there’s only one type of plant, there can’t be very many animals living there,” explained Aris, a third grade student from Berkeley Arts Magnet Elementary School. Aris