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Junior Scientists Program now on screen

 

You’ve read about our Junior Scientist project that brings local school children to Iracambi to learn about monitoring forests and streams –

 

here it is on screen,

thanks to volunteer film maker Rich Wheat. The program is mainly funded by your on-line donations through Global Giving. In the last school year, over a hundred school children came to learn scientific methods of monitoring water and forests and gain awareness of climate change issues. This school year, we’ll have 150 children.  Other partners are the Vernier Coroporation, who donated equipment, and Partners of the Americas who supplemented the funding. Thanks to all of you!

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