Category Archives: Science
I was selected to be a member of EarthEcho International’s Learning, Education, and Advisory Panel. What an honor!!
For the second year we spent a week at the Gredos Center learning about the ecology of the area. What a great trip! Our fearless leader JuanFran showed up how to do stream and meadow surveys, he taught us how to … Continue reading
This year Ms. Bernardo, the middle school Math teacher, and I were tasked with organizing the ‘big block’ sessions. Big Block happened once a month on a half day and the idea behind it was to have extended time for project-based … Continue reading
I tried to reblog the post from Soulsby Farm, where I originally saw this, but the video didn’t show up. So here you have it. Great ideas, great music, and it’s an ad! According to YouTube: The film, by film-maker … Continue reading
How does composting work, anyway? I will let the experts tell you: “All composting requires three basic ingredients: Browns—Includes materials such as dead leaves, branches , twigs Greens—Includes materials such as grass clippings, vegetable waste, fruit scraps, and coffee grounds … Continue reading
The last time I tried composting I failed miserably. I was living in Santa Cruz, California and the city offered reduced priced worm bins to residents. Within weeks of setting up the bin all of my cute little wrigglers were … Continue reading