This is the second year that Caribbean SEA’s environmental clubs have participated in science fairs. Four school clubs submitted a total of seven (7) projects to district science fairs. Three (3) were chosen to compete at the 2016 National Science & Technology Fair which was held 16-18 March and one won the top prize.
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Naomi contributed a whooping 18 entries.
Join us at The Gear Closet on February 28th from 12:00 pm on to participate in the OpenStreetMap Map-athon for St. Lucia. What is the OpenStreetMap project? OpenStreetMap is the project that creates and distributes free geographic data for the world. Many maps around the world are incomplete and/or proprietary. The OpenStreetMap project aims to […]
Thanks to VW Chattanooga, our teacher training workshop on Sapelo Island is happening again! It’s a great place to learn about coastal ecology but also get energized along side other teacher all organized by the fabulous Jim Watson. Teacher education goes to the coast!
Read more about Save Water, Drink Wine and how it helps our streams in this Mountain Mirror article.
Please join us on February 6th from 6:00 to 8:30 pm at The Barn Nursery for our Save Water, Drink Wine extravaganza. Wine tasting and tapas !! All proceeds go to Kids 4 Clean Water. Tell all your Friends! Get your tickets here!
Read this nice article about our own Mary Beth Sutton, published in the November 2015 issue of Get Out Chattanooga Magazine. Get Out Chattangooga Article on Mary Beth Sutton
Proud of Thrasher Elementary for celebrating Earth Day with hands on Science lessons! #stem #kids4cleanwater #tenneSEA !
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