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Besser Elementary - Water Quality Monitoring - Arbor Day

4th grade students from Besser Elementary visit Duck Park/Island Park twice a year to learn and monitor river health.
Watershed Studies

Student from Mrs. Rea's and Mrs. Becker's class have connected to a local park not far from their school building. Twice a year, and once on Arbor Day, these students walk to Duck Park/Island Park to learn from local agencies like NOAA TBNMS, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the Alpena River Center. Not only do they move through educational stations such as mammals: pelts and tracks, observation journaling or tree planting, but they collect data from water monitoring stations like macro-invertebrate identification and chemical tests of the river.

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Project Participants
Leadership Team (Besser Elementary)
Daniel Moffatt
Community Partners
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Saturday, April 23, 2016
Created on Friday, May 24, 2013
 
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