Stream project offers students hands-on ecology lessons

06/17/2010 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A program at one Pittsburgh middle school has seventh-graders studying science and ecology through five outdoor lessons each year at a creek located on their school's campus. Educators created the Stream Day program three years ago as part of the school's science curriculum to help students gain hands-on experience testing the quality of stream water and studying macroinvertebrates and other organisms.

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