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May 18

Garden With Kids - Weeding

Posted to Environmental Education on May 18, 2020 at 8:19 AM by Rebecca Crust

janko-ferlic Child sitting in a frosty forest
Weeds are any plant in your garden that you did not intend to grow. They usually hinder the growth of garden plants by taking up nutrients, water, and space. Removing weeds on a regular basis keeps your garden happy and healthy, but there are ways of weeding that use less energy and prevent more weeds in the long term.

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May 05

Salmon Dream Stream - Art Project

Posted to Environmental Education on May 5, 2020 at 9:58 PM by Rebecca Crust

Salmon in Clarks Creek
Learn what makes a perfect salmon habitat and then draw it!

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Apr 23

Biodiversity in Agriculture (and Experiment Instructions)

Posted to Environmental Education on April 23, 2020 at 3:54 PM by Rebecca Crust

evi-t- unsplash, cows in a field with wind turbines in the background
Agricultural systems need biodiversity just like forests, rivers, prairies, and oceans. Read further to learn how you can model food systems at home.

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